Sentence was deferred on a man who admitted breaching his antisocial behaviour order.
A man previously banned from shouting in his own flat has been ordered to perform unpaid work.
Gerrard Kelly, of Tweed Crescent, had sentence deferred for making a racist phone call to police.
A man has admitted breaching a sheriff’s order preventing him from shouting in his flat.
A woman has been cleared of assaulting a child at a city school.
Residents living near the former Menzieshill High School have claimed the area has become a “dumping ground” since its closure.
A driver who crashed after reversing along a dual carriageway was carrying out “one of the most dangerous things ever seen”, according to a horrified witness.
A sheriff has banned a man from shouting in his own flat.
William Stuppart, 37, of Tweed Crescent, appeared in private on petition.
A man accused of stalking his ex-partner over a period of eight months, looking through her bins and refusing to leave her home until she rekindled their relationship, will face trial in October.
Three people, including a 16-year-old boy, have appeared in private at Dundee Sheriff Court before Sheriff Derek Reekie on a petition accusing them of supplying heroin and cocaine to others.
A woman who shouted “rape me” at a police officer and launched a physical attack on another – kicking him on the shins – has been sentenced to a community payback order.
A man who was found lying unconscious in a Dundee street remained in hospital yesterday.
Jamie Stewart, 21, was jailed at Dundee Sheriff Court.
Three neighbours from Dundee have each scooped £1,000 in the People’s Postcode Lottery.
A man held a knife to a shop security guard and threatened to stab him.
A Dundee woman whose car was damaged after a bin was torched says someone could be killed if firebugs continue their spree of devastation.
A man stole footwear from a city centre sports shop. James Robb, 33, of Tweed Crescent, was fined £100. Robb admitted stealing footwear from Sports Direct, Overgate Shopping Centre, High Street, on April 29. The court heard the stolen goods were worth £33.99 and there was full recovery of the items.
A Dundee man has denied stealing a bouncy castle.
Firefighters were called out to two fires in less than three hours in Dundee last night.