A “cowardly” attacker who fractured another man’s eye socket in an Arbroath nightclub assault has been ordered to pay his victim £2,000 compensation.
Sheriff Gregor Murray
A court has heard harrowing details of how a domestic abuse victim’s friend raised a 999 alarm after overhearing the terrified woman being throttled hours into Christmas Day in an interrupted mobile phone call.
An Arbroath thug who attacked an innocent third party with a claw hammer in a row over an unpaid debt has been jailed for six months.
A disgraced Tayside primary school teacher caught with images of nearly-naked young girls on his home computer has avoided being jailed.
An Angus man who lost part of a leg in a horror accident as he walked along a dual carriageway in the dead of night has appeared in court to admit a serious sexual offence charge involving an OAP.
The former chief executive of a youth facility in Montrose who has denied embezzling almost £35,000 over six years appeared in court on Tuesday.
A brain-injured Angus man was found to be five times the drink-drive limit after shocked witnesses saw him abandon his damaged sportscar in the centre of Arbroath.
A Forfar teenager has been given a year-long exclusion order from a town pub after a sheriff said she had started her criminal career “in style” by spitting at a policeman.
A Tayside primary school teacher’s career is in ruins after being caught with images of nearly naked young girls on his home computer.
Horrified neighbours watched helplessly through the peep hole of their front door as a Montrose man launched what a sheriff branded a “vicious and sustained attack” on his girlfriend in the common close outside.