A HIGH VALLEYFIELD man who caused damage to a West Fife school costing almost £1,800 has admitted further offences of vandalism.

Jake Rodgers caused damage to two cars and a house in Saline.

Rodgers, 28, of Ochilview Drive, High Valleyfield, appeared at Dunfermline Sheriff Court.

He admitted that on June 23 last year, at Oakley Road, Saline, he damaged property, smashing a window.

On the same day and in the same street, he smashed the back window of a Vauxhall Vectra.

He also admitted he caused damaged to the back bumper, bike rack and roof of another car.

Rodgers previously admitted that on July 1 last year, he maliciously damaged a door, ceiling, ventilation, heating ducts and a toilet at the Oakley Campus, Station Road, Oakley.

Depute fiscal Dev Kapadia said the damage at the school cost £1,779 to repair.

Sheriff Charles MacNair called for a restriction of liberty order assessment and Rodgers will be sentenced on September 18.