Warrant issued for arrest of ex soldier, 20, who headbutted police officer in Dundee

Rosendael House

A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a former soldier who admitted committing a breach of the peace and assaulting a police officer at a veterans’ residence.

Dylan Nolan, 20, formerly of Rosendael Scottish Veterans’ Residences, Victoria Road, Broughty Ferry, but now living in Glasgow, was due to be sentenced at Dundee Sheriff Court after admitting that he behaved in a threatening or abusive manner likely to cause fear or alarm, acted aggressively, shouted and swore, removed fire extinguishers from a wall bracket and threw them on the floor, and uttered threats at the Scottish Veterans’ Residences on November 23.

He also admitted assaulting PC Kieran Bradley by butting him on the body at the same place on the same date.

Sentence on Nolan had previously been deferred for reports.

However, he failed to appear in court and Sheriff Alastair Brown granted a warrant for his arrest.