A 29-year-old has admitted brandishing a knife and making threats in an Aberdeen car park.
Mihails Hodzajevs appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court yesterday where he pled guilty to two charges over the incident which happened on March 12.
The 29-year-old admitted possession of a knife in a public place. He also pled guilty to behaving in a threatening or abusive manner by shouting, swearing, brandishing a knife and making threats of violence.
It happened at a car park on Great Northern Road, Aberdeen.
The court heard Hodzajevs had “a number” of previous convictions relating to violence. Defence agent Gregor Kelly said his client “realises it’s a very serious matter”.
He also asked for sentencing to be deferred for reports.
There was no narrative of events given at this stage in proceedings and Mr Kelly reserved mitigation for the next calling of the case.
Sheriff Sukhwinder Gill deferred sentence on Hodzajevs, of Great Northern Road, Aberdeen, until next month for a criminal justice social work report to be prepared.
She also told Hodzajevs, who was released on bail in the meantime: “You have a number of previous convictions for violence.”