A man has been remanded in custody after admitting a shoplifting charge.
John West, 46, of the Salvation Army Hostel on Ward Road, was sentenced after he admitted stealing clothing.
Two women have had their sentences deferred for reports and restriction of liberty order assessments after admitting shoplifting.
A drug addict who told police he had nothing sharp on him before he was searched was actually hiding a bloodied needle.
A man has been placed on a community payback order under supervision with a requirement that he attends treatment for drug and alcohol addiction.
A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a man who was driven up to Dundee to go shoplifting.
A man who was driven to Dundee to go shoplifting was nabbed by store detectives after stealing perfume worth £750.
Debenhams is poised to report a halving of its profits next week after the retailer performed poorly over Christmas and was forced to close stores in March due to extreme weather.
A man has been jailed for two months after admitting failing to comply with his community payback order, which had been imposed for shoplifting.
Michael Drumm, 34, of Transform, Soapwork Lane, has been placed on a community payback order under supervision.
Michael Drumm, 34, of Transform, Soapwork Lane, had sentence deferred.
Rickie Tait, 39, of Grampian Gardens, had sentence deferred for reports and a restriction of liberty order assessment.
James Barnie, 32, of Barnes Avenue, was jailed for theft.
Michael Drumm, 34, of Transform, Soapwork Lane, admitted that on January 12 and 13, at Debenhams, Overgate, he stole clothing.
A man who stole clothing from the same Dundee store on two consecutive days was jailed for a total of 200 days by Sheriff John Rafferty.
William O’Neill, 36, of Dens Road, had sentence deferred for reports and a restriction of liberty assessment.
Ryan Simpson, 21, of Salvation Army Hostel, Ward Road, had sentence deferred for reports.
A 78-year-old Fife man who drove into another vehicle in a Dundee car park and failed to stop after the accident has been fined.
Liam Thomson, 20, of Ladywell Avenue, had sentence deferred for reports at Dundee Sheriff Court.
A Dundee woman admitted shoplifting from a city centre store. Kelly Heard, 41, of Craigmount Place, had sentence deferred at the sheriff court. Heard admitted that, while acting with another, she stole four T-shirts from Debenhams, Overgate Shopping Centre, Dundee, on May 22 last year. Sentence was deferred until June 21 for reports.