Hammers, video cameras, knives and a tennis racket are among the hundreds of contraband items to have been seized in Courier Country courtrooms.
Forfar Sheriff Court
A pensioner who ignored warning lights at Carnoustie level crossing because he was late for a game of golf has been spared a driving ban.
An Angus teenager’s hopes of a new life in Australia are in the balance after her "very stupid" decision to drive more than 50 miles down the A90 while three times above the legal alcohol limit.
A 27-year-old Mearns man who got hungry and went to pick up a takeaway in an uninsured truck has been spared jail.
A former oil worker from Kirriemuir whose life “spiralled out of control” has been jailed for eight months for drug offences.
A Forfar man and his father-in-law who went armed with a coping stone and a hammer to tackle a man they believed had been spreading rumours have avoided going behind bars for the incident.
An Angus thug previously jailed for breaking a fellow footballer’s jaw during an amateur game is back behind bars after attacking an innocent victim during a fall out with his girlfriend.
A Spanish motorist is facing a charge of seriously injuring someone in a Carnoustie road crash on the opening day of this year’s Open Championship over the Angus links.
A Brechin man who repeatedly spat on his girlfriend in a petty street row has been given a chance to stay out of jail.
An Angus woman whose erratic mid-afternoon driving prompted a flurry of calls to police from concerned motorists was found to be nearly six times the legal limit.