Jacek Ruznika, 40, of Balunie Drive, was placed on a community payback order with 60 hours of unpaid work. Read More
A woman has been jailed for six months after begging to go to prison — saying she would receive more help inside than from benefits chiefs. Read More
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Bartosz Bajorek, 28, of Baldovan Terrace, was placed on a community payback order by Sheriff Lorna Drummond.
A woman has been placed on a restriction of liberty order for four months from 7pm- 7am after she admitted breaching a community payback order.
Kyle Kelbie, 19, of Sibbald Street, had sentence deferred until February 19 after admitting a string of offences and breach of a community payback order.
A Dundee man who was found guilty of attacking his partner has had an appeal against his conviction refused — despite his alleged victim claiming it wasn’t him.
A teenager has been accused of two racially aggravated assaults in the city.
Prosecutors have used proceeds of crime legislation to seize £17,000 from a crook who is serving time for drug dealing.
A delivery driver discussed killing former prime minister David Cameron and the “old woman Elizabeth” before attempting to join Islamic State, a court has heard.
A murder accused has had his case continued so his mental health can be assessed.
A man who drove a car at his father after being told he had sexually abused a young woman has been jailed for 13 months.
Five people accused of threatening a man at gunpoint at a shopping complex have made a second appearance at Dundee Sheriff Court.
Jennifer Johnston, 33, of Dunholm Terrace, denies tampering with an electricity meter and stealing electricity, plus a drugs offence.
Two men had sentence deferred after admitting possessing drugs at a Dundee pub.
Three people have been accused of falsely claiming benefits amounting to almost £50,000 in separate cases at Dundee Sheriff Court.
A man who took drugs into last year’s Carnival Fifty Six music festival in Dundee had his sentence deferred.
A pensioner has been accused of sexually abusing children over a period of 10 years.
A man has admitted running a red light at a junction in Dundee. Ian Scrimgeour, 51, of East Mains in Auchterhouse, admitted that on September 28 last year, at the junction of Kingsway with Forfar Road, he failed to comply with the indication to stop at a red traffic light. He was fined £150.
Sarah McFarlane, 33, of Kirk Street, admitted that on September 7 last year at South Road and Kirk Street, she drove without insurance and without an MOT.
A man and woman had their sentences deferred after admitting motoring offences.
A woman was fined £110 after she admitted speeding in Dundee.
Robbie Lynch, 18, of Lily Walker Centre, Ann Street, had sentence deferred for reports.