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Dundee man accused of knifing victim in the face then stealing £20, a bottle opener and phone

Dundee man accused of knifing victim in the face then stealing £20, a bottle opener and phone

A man has appeared in court accused of knife attacks on three people, which left one alleged victim permanently disfigured.

Christopher Wilkie, along with Nicola Rennie, is alleged to have knifed a man in the face before robbing him of cash, a bottle opener and a phone.

Both accused appeared separately in private before Sheriff Linda Smith at Dundee Sheriff Court on the same petition, facing a combined six charges.

Wilkie and Rennie are accused of assaulting John Hutton at Strathmore Street on Thursday.

It is alleged that the pair seized Mr Hutton by the body, placed their arms around his neck, demanded money from him, presented a knife at him, threatened him with violence and struck him on the face with the knife, causing him to fall to the ground.

It is alleged that as Mr Hutton tried to make his escape, Wilkie and Rennie repeatedly kicked and punched him on the body and struck him on the body with a knife, all to his severe injury and permanent disfigurement.

They are then alleged to have robbed him of a set of keys, a bottle opener, a mobile phone and £20 in cash, all while Wilkie was on bail.

Wilkie, 28, of Brown Constable Street, is further alleged to have possessed a knife at Strathmore Street on Thursday and, while acting with another, assaulted Leno Sardella, striking him on the body with a knife to his injury, and assaulted Stacey Boyd, striking her to the arm with a knife, to her injury, while on bail.

Rennie, 28, of Provost Road, is also alleged to have been concerned in the supply of cannabis to Mr Hutton, Ms Boyd and Mr Sardella at Strathmore Street on Thursday.

She is also accused of possessing heroin at Mary Slessor Square on the same date.

Neither Wilkie nor Rennie made any plea and both were remanded in custody.

The case was continued for further examination.

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