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Two men alleged of assault at Dundee multis committed for trial

Two men have appeared at Dundee Sheriff Court for the second time, accused of serious assaults at two city multis.

Neil Brown, 30, of Atholl Street and Liam Rodgers, 27, of Buttars Loan, appeared in private before Sheriff John Rafferty on a petition alleging seven charges in total.

Along with another person, they are accused of assaulting Scott Dolan to his severe injury at an address in Ancrum Court on July 23.

Rodgers is accused of assaulting Stacey Hepburn at the same address and on the same date by striking her with a baseball bat, while Brown is accused of breaching his curfew condition of bail at the same address on the same date, by being outwith his bail address during the hours of 9.45pm and 6am.

Both are accused, along with another, of behaved in a threatening or abusive manner likely to cause fear or alarm at Lansdowne Court on July 25, while in possession of knives.

They are also alleged, at the same multi on the same date, while acting with another, to have assaulted John Hepburn by striking his head with a knife to his permanent disfigurement.

Rodgers is alleged to have possessed a knife at Lansdowne Court on July 26, while Brown is alleged to have possessed cannabis on July 25, also at Lansdowne Court.

Brown is alleged to have committed the offences he is charged with while on bail. Neither made any plea and they were committed for trial.

Brown was remanded in custody while Rodgers was granted bail.

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