An 18-year-old woman has been charged with murder following the death of a teenager in Fife.
Joshua Kerr, 18, died following a collision between a pedestrian and a car near Leslie on Friday.
Grace Ross, of Glenrothes, appeared in private in Falkirk Sheriff Court on Monday.
She made no plea to a charge of murder and was released on bail.
Her case was continued for further examination and the date of her next appearance is yet to be confirmed.
Joshua suffered serious injuries in the incident near Little Balquhomrie Farm and was pronounced dead at the scene.
Emergency services rushed to his aid following a report of a collision involving one vehicle and a pedestrian at around 11.10am.
Joshua’s parents Jamie Simpson and Angela Kerr later paid tribute to him in a statement which said: “His mum, dad, little brother and anyone that ever knew Josh will never forget him.
“He was the perfect person and we will forever love him.”
Joshua was a talented pool player, having represented Scotland, and an ardent Raith Rovers supporter.
A spokesman for Raith Rovers Football Club, where he was a season ticket holder, said everyone was devastated to hear about the tragedy.
In a statement, the club said: “The thoughts of everyone at RRFC are with the family at this sad time.
“Always willing to help others, Josh, alongside his mum Angela, also helped out in hospitality at Raith Rovers during the season just ended.”
A donations page set up by Joshua’s friends at the Ciswo Snooker League to help his family during their grief had raised more than £3,000 by Monday afternoon.