In convicting Trevor Fred McLeod of causing a disturbance in provincial court here on Thursday, Judge Kymil Howe said the evidence heard at his trial in April show he intended whatever activity happened on May 19, 2016.
McLeod owns a piece of property on Farmdale Road and shares a two-vehicle driveway with June and Melvin Davis.
On the day in question he had parked his car in such a way that prevented June Davis from getting into the driver’s side of her car.
When she asked him to move it, he stuck up his middle finger and told her several times to “go f***” herself.
She felt afraid and called her husband. When Melvin Davis came home he received the same response from McLeod.
Not wanting any further confrontation he called the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary and remained in his vehicle.
When the police arrived, McLeod was belligerent with them too, telling officers “f*** off” and called one of them a “dildo.”