A man has been fined £750 at Dundee Sheriff Court for breaching a community payback order.
Lee Smith, 31, of Hebrides Drive, admitted breaching the order by failing to comply with social workers.
He was placed on the order having previously been found guilty of five offences committed four years ago.
On September 13 2014, at Ogilvie Street and Dundonald Street, Smith failed to give his name and address to police and behaved in a threatening or abusive manner, threatened to butt PC James Abel and resisted arrest by PCs Abel and Stuart Osborne, struggled violently with them, and in Dundonald Street, assaulted PC Abel, butted him, struck him on the head with his elbow, punched and kicked his body, attempted to gouge his eye and attempted to place him in a head-lock.
He was also found guilty of assaulting PC Osborne on the same date by repeatedly punching and kicking him on the body.