Monday's headlines - man 'shot dead' owed 'drug debt' and missiles at Rangers v Hibs game

By Daniel Morrow

Welcome to Monday’s evening briefing.

The top stories on the Daily Record website today include: man ‘shot dead at traffic lights ‘owed £100k drug money’, mum of Allan Bryant ‘won’t want to get out of bed’ on his 32nd birthday and Hibs seen ducking after missiles are thrown on semi final pitch.

Here are the main Monday headlines.

Man ‘shot dead at traffic lights’ in Glasgow ‘owed 100k drug money’

Kenny Reilly, who was shot while sitting in the passenger seat of a silver BMW (PA)

A man who was shot dead whilst he sat in a car at traffic lights owed £100,000 to two men for drugs , a court has heard.

Kevin McGinn, 30, told police that Kenny Reilly owed the six figure sum to a man called Jamie Stevenson and his son Gerard.

The High Court in Edinburgh heard on Monday how Mr McGinn shared a cell at Barlinnie Prison in Glasgow with a man called John Kennedy,41.

Mr Kennedy is standing trial on a charge of murdering Mr Reilly by shooting him in Maryhill, Glasgow, in April 2018.

READ MORE: Man ‘shot dead at traffic lights’ in Glasgow ‘owed 100k drug money’

Devastated mum of missing Scot Allan Bryant ‘won’t want to get out of bed’ on his 32nd birthday

Marie Degan (Collect)

The heartbroken mum of missing Scot Allan Bryant has told how she 'won't want to get out of bed' on her son's 32nd birthday tomorrow.

Marie Degan, 51, said her and partner Allan Snr try to make a show on his birthday, but find it 'harder and harder' to do each year.

Earlier this month marked eight years since Allan, then 23, vanished after going on a night out in Glenrothes , Fife.

He was last seen leaving the Styx nightclub in the early hours of November 3 2013.

Despite huge searches and an ongoing missing person inquiry, no trace of Allan has ever been found.

READ MORE: Devastated mum of missing Scot Allan Bryant ‘won’t want to get out of bed’ on his 32nd birthday

Players seen ‘ducking’ at Rangers v Hibs cup semi-final as missiles thrown on pitch

Hibs' players celebrate Martin Boyle's third goal and complain as objects appear to be thrown from the stands (SNS Group)

Hibs players can be seen ducking for cover in pictures from their semi-final clash with Rangers at Hampden after missiles were launched during the game.

Images appear to show a bottle of Buckfast and a can of Budweiser on the pitch while the Hibees stars cover their heads.

The incident came as the Edinburgh side celebrated their third goal against the league leaders.

As the players dispersed to head back to halfway, Jake Doyle-Hayes and Josh Campbell with their hands shielding their heads.

READ MORE: Players seen ‘ducking’ at Rangers v Hibs cup semi-final as missiles thrown on pitch

No arrests after fight between ‘football fans’ on M74 before Rangers v Hibs game

No arrests have been made in connection with a fight which broke out between ‘football fans’ on a Glasgow motorway ahead of Sunday’s Rangers v Hibs League Cup match.

Video footage shows two coaches stopped on the inside lane of the M74 northbound, near junction 1A at Polmadie, with a large group of people brawling on the road.

It was filmed on Sunday afternoon by stunned onlookers who were stuck in blocked traffic.

Some of the crowd even spill onto the road towards cars, with drivers seen moving away to avoid the incident.

READ MORE: No arrests after fight between ‘football fans’ on M74 before Rangers v Hibs game

Scots firefighter’s ‘life destroyed’ by £20,000 child support battle for baby that is not his

James Simpson from Peterhead was accused of being a father of a child and lost over 20K in wages before it was proved he wasn't the father (DEREK IRONSIDE / NEWSLINE MEDIA)

A firefighter has told how his life was destroyed by a seven-year child maintenance battle over a baby that wasn’t his.

James Simpson, from Peterhead, said he was left homeless and in severe debt after £20,000 was taken from his wages during a long-running dispute over a false paternity claim.

And the dad of one is still fighting for his money to be returned – three years after a DNA test proved the child wasn’t his.

READ MORE: Scots firefighter’s ‘life destroyed’ by £20,000 child support battle for baby that is not his


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