Data recovered from murder accused Tasmin Glass’s mobile phone as part of the Steven Donaldson inquiry included 4,000 pages worth of text messages between the former lovers.
Murder accused’s car and ‘sporty’ BMW spotted near Kirriemuir play park hours before Steven Donaldson body find, court hears
A witness has told a High Court jury he saw murder accused Tasmin Glass’s car and a “sporty” white BMW together near Kirriemuir’s Peter Pan play park just hours before the discovery of Arbroath man Steven Donaldson’s battered and burnt body.
‘Last resort’ frustration after sides prepare for Court of Session showdown over Forfar leisure centre
A prominent Angus businessman fighting to save Forfar’s former leisure centre said he regrets having to pursue the “last resort” legal action which will take him to a Court of Session showdown with council chiefs later this week.
Steven Donaldson murder trial: Accused seen on ‘leisurely’ Kirrie town centre bike ride at 2am on day body was found
Murder accused Callum Davidson was seen riding his bike at a "leisurely pace" in Kirriemuir town centre less than three hours before Steven Donaldson's beaten and burned body was found at a nature reserve near the town, High Court jurors have heard.
Jail for Montrose knife thrower who aimed 8″ kitchen blade at deceased girlfriend’s relatives in street
An Angus man who threw a large kitchen knife at family members clearing out his dead girlfriend's home has been jailed for seven months.
Accused Tasmin Glass says former boyfriend Steven Donaldson failed to appear after arranging to meet in late-night texts
Angus murder accused Tasmin Glass told police she had sent a text to ex-boyfriend Steven Donaldson saying “Meet you Hill” on the night of his alleged killing, but he failed to turn up for the rendezvous at the Kirriemuir playpark near her home.
Golfing birthday boy Jamie hits first hole-in-one to mark 21st in style on Carnoustie Championship course
As far as memorable birthdays go, Angus golfer Jamie Connelly can lay proud claim to having aced his landmark 21st.
Murder trial hears of ‘Meet me up the hill or not at all’ message from Tasmin Glass to Steven Donaldson
Kirriemuir murder accused Tasmin Glass sent ex-boyfriend Steven Donaldson a phone message telling him: “You either meet me up the hill or not at all” the night before his mutilated and burned body was found near the town.
A pub pervert has been sent to prison after a sheriff slammed him for being “at it” over his explanation for the sordid Angus offence.
Crowdfunding support has flooded in for Angus families touched by tragedy in recent weeks.