A north-east man has denied assaulting a woman at a shop.
A man has denied driving at more than double the speed limit through a “heavily built-up area” in Aberdeen.
Michael Wilkie, 37, is alleged to have driven dangerously on the A96 Oyne Fork to Thainstone road and elsewhere, on April 22, at “excessive speed” in an attempt to evade pursuing police, and driving the wrong way around a roundabout.
Flavio Centeio, known as Silva, appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court facing an allegation of attempting to take the picture at Grosvenor Casino on Sunday.
Graeme McEwan failed to interview the person who reported the collision on May 18 2016, as well as the driver of the vehicle.
A man was caught behind the wheel while more than twice the legal alcohol level – because he thought his brother was too drunk to drive.
Robert Lapinski, 47, was almost five times the legal alcohol limit when police traced him just over an hour after the incident on Walker Road in Torry on Sunday.
Kim Ferguson, 33, spat at the female officer as she was removed from the back of a police van at Kittybrewster Police Office on February 7 last year.
Stuart Miles, 29, was “heavily intoxicated” when he lost his temper and began shouting and swearing at his partner, calling her offensive names on Saturday.
An Aberdeen dad has blasted the justice system for “failing” his young son after a man accused of seriously injuring him in a moped collision walked free from court.
A man has appeared in court facing a charge of causing death by dangerous driving after five people died in a north-east road crash.
An Aberdeen man was found to have drugs worth more than £100 after being stopped by police.
A teenager who admitted having a stun gun has avoided a custodial sentence.
Ronan Curtis, 19, struck just a month after he was freed by a sheriff.
Scott Findlater, 47, admitted assaulting a paramedic by repeatedly pushing him.
A man has appeared in court today accused of dangerous driving in a crash that killed three people.
“Treating any animal this way is despicable behaviour and the injuries caused ultimately led to the death of the poor snake.”
Marek Brzozowski is charged with assaulting the woman on Charlotte Street and shouting at her, threatening to kill her, striking her on the head with a bottle or similar implement, pushing her and repeatedly kicking her on the body to cause her severe injury.
Aberdeen Sheriff Court heard the 32-year-old is accused of walking along the road and assaulting the man by shaking the ladder he was on.
Police stopped a car on the street – and found the driver was uninsured as it was his stepdad’s vehicle.
Michael Wiseman, 45, used superglue to block the keyhole at the Asian Mini Market on Rosemount Viaduct in Aberdeen on June 1 last year.
An Aberdeen woman smashed ornaments and shouted at people while “on a four-day bender,” a court heard.
A man was jailed for life today for murdering and robbing a north-east mechanic at his home.
The trio accused of murdering and setting fire to an Aberdeen oil worker have appeared back in the dock.
Kyle Torliefson, 28, and Rachel McRobb, 19, appeared from custody at Aberdeen Sheriff Court.
Ryan Legon, 21, was the passenger in a car stopped by police on Saltoun Place, Fraserburgh, on July 30 last year.
Woman sexually assaulted by north-east restaurant manager tells of disappointment after he avoids jail
Miah, of Great Northern Road, Aberdeen, was convicted after trial of a total of six charges dating between September 2017 and November 2017 at an address in the city.
Gordon Yates, 27, was subject to a sexual offences prevention order at the time of the incident on December 5, banning him from having or using any device capable of accessing the internet.
A teenager punched a man who pushed his friend into a bush, leaving him requiring surgery and metal plates in his jaw.
Freezing bank accounts and arresting wages are among a number of measures open to the Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service (SCTS) in recovering unpaid fines.