A child abuser was caught when police raided his home looking for depraved images, Dundee Sheriff Court heard.
A Dundee man who provided a “safe house” for drug dealers has been locked up for two years.
A man accused of taking and driving away a Reliant Robin three-wheeled car will face trial at Dundee Sheriff Court in April.
Shaun Burke, of Ivanhoe Place, admitted that he behaved in a threatening or abusive manner likely to cause fear or alarm at Strathern Road on December 2.
William Burns, of Longtown Place, admitted a charge of assault at a city bar.
An army veteran who was left with broken ribs and a collapsed lung during a violent assault has branded his attacker “scum”, as the thug faces jail.
William Murray, 45, of Moncur Crescent, admitted causing a breach of the peace at A&E in Ninewells Hospital and threatening staff there with violence.
A man who admitted assaulting a woman in Dundee city centre had sentence deferred for reports. Christopher Anderson, 26, of Mains Loan, admitted that on July 9, in Reform Street, he punched Shona Winter on the head to her injury. Sheriff John Rafferty deferred sentence on Anderson until January 25.
John Davis, 42, of Strathmore Lodge, Salvation Army Hostel, Ward Road, had sentence deferred for reports.
Michael Drumm, 34, of Transform, Soapwork Lane, admitted that on January 12 and 13, at Debenhams, Overgate, he stole clothing.
A man convicted of assaulting his ex-partner was told a background report by social workers made for “appalling reading”.
Scott Reid, 24, of Bonnethill Court, admitted breaching a special bail condition. Reid admitted that on January 2 he attended at Kirk Street in Lochee and approached Lily McLucas. Sentence was deferred until January 29.
Dundee woman, 25, who breached the peace in Tesco experiences ‘worst four weeks of her life’ in jail
A woman who admitted breaching a community payback order was given a last chance to comply with social workers.
Stephen Burns, 25, of South Road, admitted breaching a community payback order by failing to comply with social workers.
A man who breached his bail order was jailed for seven days at Dundee Sheriff Court.
A man who wrongly believed his father had sexually abused a young woman drove his car on to a pavement at speed — forcing his dad to jump out of the way to avoid being hit.
A man who stole clothing from the same Dundee store on two consecutive days was jailed for a total of 200 days by Sheriff John Rafferty.
A spurned lover sent threatening and abusive messages to his former partner telling her the “clock is ticking” and she “wouldn’t know what had happened to her”.
A man who kept a “substantial cannabis cultivation” in his flat was caught after firefighters smashed into his house.
A Fife man who stole fuel from a Dundee filling station had sentence deferred until later this month.