A person died simply days earlier than he was resulting from stand trial accused of a list of kid neglect.
Glyn Miles Robertson-Clements had been accused of holding the children in filthy situations in a home lined in urine and faeces and even locking a bit boy in a room with solely a bucket for a bathroom.
It was additional claimed he failed to offer the ten, 13 and 15-year-old with satisfactory sleeping amenities and left “medicine on open show whereby mentioned kids had unrestricted entry to it”, the Daily Record stories.
Robertson-Clement was additionally charged with utilizing an imitation gun when coping with police.
He was accused of utilizing the bogus weapon “with intent to trigger” Police Scotland Constables Helder Marcos and Kirsty Murray “to imagine that illegal violence can be used in opposition to them”.
The 59-year-old denied the fees in opposition to him, together with and allegation he had pressured the older baby to care for 2 autistic kids and do family chores, together with cooking and cleansing.
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He was resulting from go on trial over the claims at Paisley Sheriff Court on December 7. However the trial didn’t start as he was discovered useless at his dwelling within the city on November 23.
The Crown Workplace and Procurator Fiscal Service, Scotland’s prosecuting authority, confirmed the felony proceedings in opposition to him are actually at an finish resulting from his dying.
A spokesperson added: “The investigation into the dying, below the route of Scottish Fatalities Investigation Unit (SFIU), was accomplished and after cautious consideration of the details and circumstances of the case, the Procurator Fiscal concluded that no additional motion was required.”