A thug who terrorised an elderly couple in their own Broughty Ferry home has been sentenced to more than six years in prison. Read More
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A thug who terrorised an elderly couple in their own Broughty Ferry home has been sentenced to more than six years in prison.
Further inquiries are to be made into the health of a man accused of historic child sex offences.
Vicki Walsh, 42, and Alan Walsh, 40, deny conducting themselves in a disorderly manner.
A row over dog faeces led to a man having teeth knocked out by his neighbour.
A woman caught with almost £5,000 worth of heroin down her trousers has been jailed.
Cal Breen, of Dundonald Street, had sentence deferred for spitting on a woman at a city centre pub.
Two readers have been in touch with our letters page, to voice their opinions on the sentencing of Ian MacPhail, who was caught with a sickening haul of indecent images of children.
A man has been charged with carrying out an attack at a city pub.
A Dundee pensioner has appeared in court accused of leaving a Fife cyclist to die on a country road following a car accident.
A pensioner who claimed more than £22,600 in benefits she wasn’t entitled to has dodged a prison sentence.
A prostitute lured a school assistant to a city flat before her boyfriend held a knife to his neck.
A creep who attacked children and exposed himself to them had his sentence further deferred.
A lorry driver will go on trial later this year accused of killing an Aberdeen pensioner.
Paul Wilson, of Eskdale Avenue, is accused of assaulting three people.
A 32-year-old man will stand trial accused of assaulting a man at the Overgate Centre.
A man who set fire to his Menzieshill flat has avoided a prison sentence.
A school assistant has described the moment he was robbed at knifepoint after seeking the services of a prostitute.
A woman is to stand trial over claims she behaved abusively and attacked two 64-year-old men.
A police officer is to stand trial, accused of causing a high-speed crash.
A holisitic approach is required to help free drug users “entrenched” in their addictions, the sheriff sitting in Scotland’s only drugs court has said.