A 23-year-old woman has appeared in court accused of stabbing a man within a Dundee flat.
Annie Finlay, of Lulworth Court, appeared in private at Dundee Sheriff Court.
She made no plea or declaration in relation to one charge on petition.
Finlay is charged with assaulting Bruce Cook by repeatedly striking him on the body with a knife, to his severe injury, at a flat on Balunie Avenue, on Saturday.
The case was continued for further inquiries and Finlay was given bail.
In a separate case, also on petition, Bruce Cook appeared in private at Dundee Sheriff Court.
He made no plea or declaration in relation to two charges against him.
Cook, 36, of St Leonard Way, is charged with behaving in a threatening or abusive manner by refusing to leave a flat on Balunie Avenue, brandishing a knife and uttering threats of violence, on May 7.
He is further charged with having a knife, on the street of Balunie Avenue, on May 7.
The case was continued for further inquiries and Cook was remanded meantime.
Several police cars were called to the street at around 2.30pm on Saturday in response to the alleged incident.
An ambulance could also be seen at the scene. Stunned residents opened their windows to film and take photographs of the emergency services in action.
The road was temporarily blocked to traffic as police officers dealt with the incident.
One person said the commotion was the talk of the street.
Andy Wilson, 53, who lives next door to the flat in the tenement which was the focus of the police operation, said: “About six police cars turned up, a couple of CID and an ambulance.”
Another neighbour, who did not wish to be named, said he knew something was happening when he saw the police cars screech to a halt outside the block of flats.
He said: “Police cars started coming from all directions.
“They must have been there for about an hour-and-a-half.”