A drink-driver has been banned after being caught nearly five-times the legal alcohol limit on a major north-east road.
A "professional" and "systematic" shoplifter has been handed unpaid work after admitting a string of thefts from stores in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen amputee with one leg has been fined after kicking his pal in the head in a row over money.
A woman has been fined and banned from the road after failing to provide a blood sample to police who suspected her of driving under the influence of drugs.
A man who made sexual propositions to police – before his trousers fell down – has been handed a supervision order.
Dean Wells appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court to be sentenced in connection with stealing a racing pigeon.
Ian Scott was not present at court, but previously pled guilty to making a phone call to police in which he made threats of violence.
An Aberdeen sheriff has refused to deal with any more cases via video link and branded the technology "appalling".
Industrial action by solicitors could be on the table as concerns grow. over the backlog of court cases caused by the Covid-19 crisis
Police officers discovered three cannabis plants at Scott Urquhart’s home on Rosebank Place in Aberdeen when they attended and searched the premises in respect of an unrelated matter.
Leon Smith, 46, attended uninvited at his ex's home and climbed in through an insecure window at midnight on Sunday.
Two men have appeared in court in Aberdeen facing a string of break-in and theft charges linked to organised crime.
Tony Higgins, 32, and Garrie Clarke, 24, were both put behind bars for their parts in the large-scale pub brawl, likened to "something from a Western", which spilled out onto the street.
Lee Stewart, 41, lost his temper after getting into a "disagreement" with the officer at HMP Grampian and flung a tub of butter across the section.
Lawyers call for Aberdeen concert venues to be turned into temporary courtrooms to tackle backlog of cases
Aberdeen lawyers have called for the P&J Live and Music Hall to be turned into temporary courtrooms to help tackle the mounting backlog of cases due to coronavirus.
A north-east man has been handed unpaid work after breaking into houses and stealing thousands of pounds worth of personal belongings.
A north-east man has been handed unpaid work after punching his partner in the stomach and rupturing her spleen when she discovered a notification from a pornographic website on his phone.
Michael Warrender described himself as being "an idiot, stupid and a fool" in a court-ordered social work report in connection with the staggering offence.
A man has appeared in court in connection with an assault and robbery in an Aberdeen shop.
A woman has been handed unpaid work and supervision after admitting fraudulently claiming more than £3,500 in council tax benefits she was not entitled to.
Nightmare neighbour Ross Grant donned pink rubber gloves along with a grey tracksuit when he banged on the communal door at a block of flats on Jasmine Terrace, Aberdeen, and swiped a parcel belonging to a neighbour.
A man has appeared in court for a second time charged with assault to severe injury to the danger of life after a bus driver was allegedly attacked in Aberdeen city centre.
Queue jumper called police to complain Aberdeen Tesco wouldn’t serve him – after threatening to petrol bomb car park
A lout skipped the queue outside an Aberdeen supermarket and threatened to petrol bomb the car park - then phoned police to complain staff wouldn't serve him.
A thief who was caught on camera brazenly stealing a till from a north-east sweet shop has been jailed.
A fearless north-east pensioner battered a masked intruder with his zimmer frame after discovering the man in his bedroom at 5am.
A north-east trading standards organisation has warned of a new energy provider scam.
Three men have appeared in court following a major crackdown on drugs and organised crime in Aberdeen.
Henry Derrett, 28, repeatedly struck the man with a stick and pushed him down stairs while his pal filmed the shocking assault on his phone.
Lynne Barron's manner of driving came to the attention of police when her vehicle was seen stationary with its engine running on a roundabout on the B979 near to Cowie Park, Stonehaven.
David Low, 37, assaulted his cousin, who owed him the cash, because he thought he was "mocking" him by not paying him back.