A man has been found guilty of brutally assaulting three of his former partners.
Steven Carr, 38, a prisoner at Perth, was found guilty of 14 charges following a trial at Dundee Sheriff Court.
Carr assaulted and abducted Patricia Baird between January 1998 and June 2006 at properties on Malcolm Street and Balgay Court.
He threatened to kill Ms Baird and her dog, hit her with a remote control, threw objects at her, repeatedly slapped, shook, pushed, dragged and kicked her and locked her in a house.
Carr was found guilty of four charges relating to Pauline Strachan – three of assault and one of sending messages threatening violence – between July 2006 and July 2008, at Kingennie Court.
He grabbed Ms Strachan’s leg and pulled her downstairs, pushed her against a wall, threw her against a cupboard, kicked her and threatened to kill her dog.
Carr was found guilty of eight charges relating to Vicky Williamson, at Granton Terrace and Benvie Road, between April 2017 and September last year. He pulled Ms Williamson from a bed, attempted to strangle her, threatened to kill her, kicked her in the face and threw a lamp at her head.
He also threw a dog lead at Ms Williamson, hitting her head and injuring her, and injured her leg by hitting her with hair straighteners, as well as threatening to kill her, seizing her hair and pulling her up, pushing her to the floor, repeatedly kicking and punching her on the body and punching her face.
After they had split up, Carr then threatened to stab and kill Ms Williamson, repeatedly attended her home, smashed her phone and damaged her property and her belongings, stole a watch and threatened to kill himself.
Before trial, Carr admitted three charges of failing to be within his home address during curfew hours, and contacting Ms Williamson against bail orders. Sentence was deferred until February 12.