A man has been fined after he admitted being in possession of heroin when police officers saw him put something down his trousers.
Jamie Lumsden, of Grampian Gardens, was admonished for damaging his ex-partner’s property.
Jamie Lumsden, 19, of Grampian Gardens, had sentence deferred until November 27.
A man who admitted breaking into a flat has been placed on a curfew.
A man has been charged with serious assault following an incident in which another man was rushed to Ninewells Hospital by ambulance.
A man has been jailed for attacking his partner and leaving her with a fractured eye socket.
A man who assaulted his partner and left her with a fractured eye socket is facing jail.
Martin Cord, 28, of Grampian Gardens, has been banned from local nightclubs and pubs.
Penalty points imposed on a man caught drink driving have been removed after a successful appeal.
A man accused of assaulting his wife and daughter before threatening to harm another woman and to kill police officers will face trial in August.
A man who was more than six times the drink-drive limit fell off his quad bike in front of watching police officers.
Michael Dwyer, 27, of Helmsdale Drive, was fined a total of £400 for motoring offences.
Man accused of assaulting woman over three months ‘grabbed her outside Dundee cinema on Valentine’s Day’
A man has appeared in court accused of assaulting and behaving aggressively towards a Dundee woman over a three-month period.
Jevin Wilkie, 24, of Dalrymple Terrace, was fined £300 after admitting two charges.
Rickie Tait, 39, of Grampian Gardens, had sentence deferred for reports and a restriction of liberty order assessment.
Wayne Patton, 46, of Grampian Gardens, admitted assaulting a police officer on New Year’s Day when he appeared at Dundee Sheriff Court. Patton admitted that on January 1, in Seagate, he assaulted PC Ryan Marshall and attempted to punch him on the head. Sheriff Alastair Carmichael deferred sentence on Patton until March 23.
George Devlin, 53, of Grampian Gardens, had his sentence deferred after he admitted motoring offences.
A Dundee teenager has denied assaulting both his parents in brutal back-to-back attacks — including “severely injuring” his father with a hammer.
George Devlin, 53, of Grampian Gardens, was placed on a curfew for four months, between 7pm-4am, and banned for driving for five years. He admitted that on October 31, in Arbroath Road, he drove while disqualified and without insurance.
A thug who went to a family home brandishing a machete — telling those inside “I’ll slash you” — has been jailed after a sheriff said he was a threat to the public.