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Warrant issued for serial Dundee offender who failed to appear at court

Warrant issued for serial Dundee offender who failed to appear at court

A man facing sentence on a string of offences has had a warrant issued for his arrest after he failed to appear at court.

Kyle Kelbie, 19, of Sibbald Street, had previously admitted breaching his community payback order, which was imposed for offences committed in 2015, by failing to comply with social workers.

He admitted that, on March 20 2015, he broke into a house occupied by his uncle Hugh Kelbie at Alexander Street and stole two games consoles, a computer tablet, a jar containing £5, deodorant, tobacco and gas lighter fluid.

He further admitted that on June 8 2016, in a police van at Balfield Road and at police HQ, Bell Street, he behaved in a threatening or abusive manner likely to cause fear or alarm, shouted, swore, kicked a cell door, uttered offensive remarks and threats of violence and behaved in an aggressive manner.

Kelbie also admitted that on October 28 last year, at McGill & Co, Harrison Road, he stole a quantity of mobile telephones, while on bail; on December 18 last year, at Bonnethill Court, he behaved in a threatening or abusive manner likely to cause fear or alarm, repeatedly kicked a door there, causing the door to be forced open and fell into the entrance to the house and caused the door to be damaged, placing the occupant in a state of fear and alarm, while on bail; and on the same date, at Ninewells Hospital, he assaulted Jennifer Cockburn, a nurse there, by spitting at her, striking her on the body; and on February 11, at Lidl in Dura Street, he stole food, while on bail.

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