A teenager allegedly pulled a scarf around a woman’s neck and restricted her breathing.
The 17-year-old male, who cannot be named for legal reasons, will stand trial at Dundee Sheriff Court on six charges.
It is alleged all of the offences took place on February 10, at various locations in Dundee.
The male denies assaulting Iain Martin, by seizing hold of him, pushing him to the ground, perusing him, and attempting to punch him on the head.
He also denies a second charge of assaulting Lynne Martin by seizing her by the neck and pulling a scarf around her neck and restricting her breathing.
The youth further denies behaving in a threatening or abusive manner by uttering threats of violence towards the same Lynne Martin and shouting.
And he denies a fourth charge of behaving in a threatening or abusive manner by standing on the roadway, in the path of a car being driven by David Christie, repeatedly opening the driver’s door, kicking the driver’s door twice, damaging it, challenging the same David Christie to fight, and shouting and swearing.
The male also denies assaulting PC Claire Murphy by repeatedly kicking her on the legs
And he further denies a charge of wilfully or recklessly destroying or damaging the property of another by scratching and denting the door of a motor car.
Trial takes place on January 28 with an intermediate diet to be held on January 13.