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He was placed on a nine-month restriction of liberty order between the hours of 6pm and 6am.
The report stated: "Having discussed a community payback disposal with Mr McDevitt, he would be willing to undertake a community payback order and a restriction of liberty order.
Greig received a restriction of liberty order of six months, and Hunter eight months.
He added: "I consider in this case protection of the public is better served by making you the subject of a Restriction of Liberty Order.
There is no point imposing a restriction of liberty order because all he needs to keep him inside is a bottle of booze.
Byrne appeared at Perth Sheriff Court yesterday to deny breaching the restriction of liberty order.
Sheriff William Gallacher refused a prosecution application to remit the case to the High Court, who could impose a lifelong restriction of liberty order.
Hamilton, of Dundee, denied the crime but he was subject to a Restriction of Liberty Order and information on the tag destroyed his alibi.