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A man fired a ball bearing gun at a taxi belonging to his girlfriend’s ex-partner.
A man who faces a High Court hearing after repeatedly assaulting a woman has now accused his victim of stalking him.
A Tealing man entrusted with his dad’s finances as his next of kin has been accused of embezzling more than £35,000 from his bank account.
Kevin Thoms, of Murrayfield Terrace, was fined £140 after admitting possessing ecstasy at Carnival Fifty Six, Camperdown Park, on August 12. Elsehwere, Craig Dewar, 19, of North Wynd, Colinsburgh, was fined £175 after admitting possessing ecstasy at Dundee University Students’ Union on February 8.
A woman has been fined after stealing money from a Dundee primary school.
A woman went on a shoplifting trip to Fife, a court heard. Katrina Stewat, 46, of Provost Road, Dundee, had sentence deferred until next month. Stewart admitted stealing an electric pedal cycle from Tesco in Market Street, St Andrews, on May 16. Sentence was deferred on Stewart until November 2.
A man is due to be sentenced for driving without road tax.
Roderick Bambury, 50, of Lansdowne Court, had sentence deferred for reports.
Brian Millar, 21, of Constitution Street, admitted that on May 3 and May 6, at Abertay University on Bell Street, he stole two laptops.
A man who drove while more than six times the legal limit had sentence deferred for reports.
A man stole razor blades from a shop three times within six days.
Simon Rattray, 32, of Drumlanrig Drive, had sentence deferred for reports.
Ronni Lee Gallacher, 23, of Dens Road, pleaded guilty to a charge of assaulting her partner.
A former Dundee boxer stricken with Alzheimer’s disease verbally abused his ex-partner in the street.
A Dundee man threw plates at his partner and punched a police officer.
Chelsea Jones, 24, and Steven Anderson, 28, both of Adamson Court, are to stand trial accused of stealing electricity.
A Dundee man has denied two theft charges — including an allegation he stole a bouncy castle.
A man has been cleared of damaging a host of vehicles in Dundee over the festive period.
A sheriff deferred sentence on a man after he admitted assault.
Craig Guild, 37, of Bonnethill Court, admitted shoplifting from a Dundee electrical store.