Residents were left without water after a mains pipe burst in the Whitfield area of Dundee.
A 32-year-old man admitted speeding and was fined £180. Kyle Hutchison, of East Pilmore, Invergowrie, was given three penalty points. Hutchison admitted the charge by letter. He pleaded guilty to driving a car at 43mph in a zone where the speed limit was 30mph at Drumgeith Road, near Summerfield Avenue, on June 29.
A driver was fined a total of £400 after he admitted a string of motoring offences.
A motorist has been fined £300 after he admitted speeding. Matteo Casci, 56, admitted that on December 10 last year, on Drumgeith Road and Summerfield Avenue, he drove at 54mph in a 30mph speed limit. Casci, of Ballumbie Drive, also had his driving licence endorsed with five penalty points.
A man who admitted driving while disqualified for the second time was placed on a community payback order.
A man who admitted motoring offences had his sentence deferred.
Calvin Burnett, 19, of Salton Crescent, is accused of leading police on a high-speed chase and driving through a pedestrian crossing at speed when a person was using the crossing.
A man has spoken about the terrifying moment he and his family pet were attacked by four “out-of-control” dogs.
Police officers were searching grassland in the city’s North East today following reports of a man acting suspiciously in the area.
Emergency crews have been called to attend to a three-vehicle crash.
Alastair Knight, 35, of High Street, Monifieth, was fined £280.
Vans containing speed cameras will be located in three roads in Dundee today.
Two Dundee drivers were guilty of speeding offences.