A man who breached a community payback order and restriction of liberty orders has been jailed for six months.
Frank Needham, 36, of Auchenblae Place, appeared before Sheriff Alastair Brown on a total of six complaints which included vandalism, drugs and breaches of bail conditions.
Needham had previously admitted breaching a community payback order by failing to comply with social workers and breaching the conditions of the restriction of liberty order by failing to remain in his home between the hours of 7pm-7am.
The orders had been put in place after he admitted breach of the peace and threatening paramedics with violence on November 7 2015 and threatening to burn down a flat on March 15 2016.
Needham had also admitted breaching a bail condition by failing to appear at court on March 27 and failing to sign on at Bell Street police station between November 3 and December 23 last year.
He also admitted possessing etizolam on August 15 last year on Constitution Road and committing vandalism at the Salvation Army hostel on Ward Road by repeatedly kicking a glass panel in a door, damaging it, on November 2 last year.