A stalker who breached a bail order not to approach or contact his former partner, assaulted a man and caused a breach of the peace at her home.
Craig Petrie, 29, of Alloway Place, was jailed earlier this month at Dundee Sheriff Court by Sheriff Alastair Carmichael after he admitted bombarding Natasha Selbie with emails, texts and voicemails following their break-up after he continued to contact her in breach of his bail conditions.
He has now had sentence deferred by Sheriff George Way until December 14 after he admitted a separate breach of his bail conditions.
He admitted that on October 7, he breached his bail condition by entering Chirnside Place and approaching and contacting her there. He further admitted that on the same date, at Chirnside Place, he behaved in a threatening or abusive manner likely to cause fear or alarm, attended there uninvited, shouted, screamed and refused to leave, while on bail.
He also admitted that on the same date and at the same place, assaulting a man, seizing him by the body and repeatedly attempted to punch and kick him on the body and head and punched him on the head to his injury, while on bail.
The court previously heard Petrie subjected Ms Selbie to a six-month period of stalking, with as many as 60 calls and voicemails being left in a single 27-hour period in June.
Petrie had previously admitted engaging in a course of conduct that caused Ms Selbie fear and alarm by repeatedly contacting her by phone, email and leaving voicemails between January 30 and June 9 2017, at his home address in Alloway Place, in Chirnside Place and elsewhere in Dundee.
He also admitted breaching bail conditions by contacting Ms Selbie on February 27. Petrie is currently subject to a 12-month non-harassment order imposed on his last appearance on November 1.