Ryan Simpson, 21, of Strathmore Lodge, Salvation Army in Ward Road, was jailed for four months by Sheriff Alastair Carmichael.
Scott Lowden, 32, of Balmuir Road, had sentence deferred until April 3.
John Kierans, 38, of Old Glamis Road, was placed on a community payback order after admitting that on September 27 last year, at Strathmartine Road, he possessed a razor blade and on September 4, at Dundee University’s Botanic Gardens, he stole gardening secateurs.
Traffic at one of Dundee’s busiest roundabouts is set to be affected by two sets of consecutive roadworks in the next fortnight.
Alexander Whyte, 41, of Hepburn Street, admitted stealing a handbag and its contents by finding it and not attempting to find its owner on October 3, at Strathmartine Road.
The family of tragic Lee Welsh confirmed today that their complaint against a city medical practice is to be investigated.
Five people accused of threatening a man at gunpoint at a shopping complex have made a second appearance at Dundee Sheriff Court.
A man and woman had their sentences deferred after admitting motoring offences.
Four people allegedly threatened a man at gunpoint at a Dundee shopping complex.
A popular Dundee chip shop is on the market for £250,000.
A former chef has hit out at two brothers who were each fined £500 for punching him on a karaoke night.
Martin Blake, 45, of Byron Street, admitted stealing cash from a butcher’s shop in Hilltown.
A drug addict who butted a police officer who had tried to help him after he was found lying in the street has been jailed for six months.
The Hilltown Indoor Market could finally open its doors again in 2018, following interest from a community organisation.
No charges have been brought against a driver after a car came to rest on a Dundee roundabout.
Police are investigating after the body of a man was found at a flat in Dundee.
Locals were greeted to a surprise this morning when a car seemingly became stuck in the Five Ways Roundabout in Dundee.
A man has pleaded guilty to shoplifting and assaulting a police officer.
Keith Nelson, 53, of Weavers Yard, had his sentence deferred until June 6 for him to be of good behaviour.
A childcare service in Dundee has been praised in an inspection report.