A takeaway boss has been remanded in custody over allegations that he launched a brick through a window in Stobswell.
Ghulam Bajwa, of Brown Constable Street, is accused of committing the offence at an address on the same street on July 2.
Bajwa, who runs Curryummy on Strathmartine Road, made no plea in connection with the allegations when he appeared on petition from custody at Dundee Sheriff Court.
Prosecutors allege that Bajwa culpably and recklessly threw a brick through the window of a house which caused glass to shatter and the brick to enter the room. This was to the danger of the occupants.
Bajwa, 40, is also accused of committing the offence while subject to two bail orders from May and September 2019.
Sheriff John Rafferty remanded Bajwa in custody after continuing his case for further examination.
Meanwhile, a 16-year-old boy also appeared in court in connection with alleged offences at the same property on the same date.
The boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, denies assaulting PC Ross Croll outside the property by trying to punch him on the head. He is also accused of breaching bail conditions from June 23 by shouting at two people he is barred from contacting.
The teen had a trial fixed for December before being released on bail when he appeared on summary complaint. He was released with conditions not to approach the address or walk past it.