The incident happened at a property in the Robroyston area at about 11.45pm on Tuesday.
Glasgow Food Bank Founder Charged With Fraud
The founder of a high-profile Glasgow food bank has been charged with fraud.
Julie Webster, 40, who launched Greater Maryhill Foodbank in 2013, was arrested on Tuesday following a long-running police investigation.
The food bank made headlines when it raised £15,000 in an appeal to replace a collection fund stolen from its Chapel Street office, but support from Glasgow City Council and the Scottish Government was later withdrawn over concerns.
A separate investigation by the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator was started and the food bank closed in March this year.
The fraud allegations are believed to relate to a four-figure sum of money.
A police spokeswoman said: "On August 16, a 40-year-old woman was charged in connection with alleged fraud offences.
"A report will be sent to the procurator fiscal.''
Aileen Campbell pledged the Scottish Government will bring forward legislation after 82% of those who took part in a consultation backed the change.
Police Scotland's nationwide campaign will work to reduce alcohol-related attacks, weapon use and anti-social behaviour.
Passengers reported long queues in the terminal building and pictures on social media showed the security hall in near darkness.
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