Paul Alexander was in Cummings Park Crescent on January 25 last year when police officers found him with cocaine, diamorphine, cannabis and diazepam.
Raivis Pienkarts, 33, appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court and admitted taking or making indecent photographs of children at a property in the city on September 18 last year.
North-east man says losing cash in alleged £12.9 million fraud had ‘massive effect’ on family finances
Norman Masson said he is owed more than £43,000 from 66-year-old financial adviser Alistair Greig.
North-east man ‘unable to retire’ and help cancer stricken wife after investment in alleged £12 million fraud
A businessman told a court how his investment in an alleged £12.9 million fraud resulted in him being unable to move abroad with his cancer-stricken wife.
A former Aberdeen police inspector found guilty of murdering his wife appeared in court more than 20 years ago after sending one of his female colleagues an offensive poem.
The turning point in the Alice Farquharson murder inquiry came when a key test result came back, police have revealed.
A former Aberdeen police inspector has been found guilty of murdering his wife.
A driver has gone on trial accused of injuring two motorcyclists on a north-east road.
Alistair Greig, 66, is facing allegations dating between August 2001 and October 2014 at addresses in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Lincolnshire.
A retired Aberdeen police inspector accused of murdering his wife has claimed her death was an accident.
Sentence delayed for Aberdeen man found guilty of aiding and assisting friend who escaped from custody
A man found guilty of aiding and assisting a friend who had escaped from custody has had his sentence delayed.
Thomas Neill Montgomery, 67, is on trial at Aberdeen Sheriff Court accused of lewd, indecent, and libidinous practices and behaviour towards two pupils at Aberdeen Grammar School in the 1990s.
Brandon Stuart, 18, was part of a group of youths who set about the man as he walked along Union Terrace with his family en route to a concert.
Former Aberdeen police officer accused of wife’s murder had ‘sexually explicit’ texts on iPhone, court told
A former Aberdeen police officer accused of killing his wife had on a phone “sexually explicit” messages from another woman, a court heard.
A woman has been handed unpaid work after admitting a charge of assault.
A teen due to appear in court charged with attempted murder has been released.
A man has been acquitted of deliberately starting a blaze in a block of flats which left residents clambering down ladders from their windows to safety.
A teenager who raped a girl when he was just 15 has been warned he faces likely custody.
Aiden Smith, 21, appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court having previously pled guilty to two charges of being in possession of cocaine at Nox on Justice Mill Lane.
Paul Watt, 33, appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court for sentencing having previously pled guilty to a charge of stalking.
The body of Alice Farquharson had been found last August at the property she shared with Keith Farquharson in Angusfield Avenue, Aberdeen.
A teenager has been fined after spitting at a police officer who found him sleeping on a park bench.
A man has been banned from the road for 16 months after driving dangerously while over the limit – on Christmas Day.
A police officer has told a trial a man accused of starting a fire in the basement of a block of flats said “voices” told him to do it.
Matthew Dilsworth, 31, had fallen into debt so opted to transport drugs from Liverpool to Aberdeen.
Former Aberdeen police inspector accused of killing wife said he found her lying in bedroom, court told
Keith Farquharson denies murdering his 56 year-old wife, who had worked as a pupil support assistant at a local school.
A senior firefighter has told a trial how residents had to escape from their windows after a blaze broke out at a block of flats.
A former Aberdeen bus driver who assaulted a colleague after an awards ceremony has been ordered to pay his victim £1,000.
A man caught with thousands of pounds of cocaine and heroin at a drive-thru restaurant has been sentenced to supervision and unpaid work.
Two men have appeared in court charged in connection with a £4,000 drugs seizure.