A racist man has come to police attention 15 times in the space of nine months since promising a sheriff he could behave “forever”.
An Aberdeen man has been handed unpaid work after stealing a charity collection tin from a bookmakers.
An Aberdeen man has promised a sheriff he can stay out of trouble “forever”, after his sentence was deferred for good behaviour.
Alan Shand, 41, was outside his house in Aberdeen when several neighbours heard him shouting abuse urging Poles and Romanians “to go home,” Aberdeen Sheriff Court heard.
Alan Shand, 40, of Urquhart Street, Aberdeen, pled guilty to stealing two phones, three purses and their contents from Abacus Nursery on King Street on Monday.
A man stole a gallery employee’s purse, locked himself in the toilet and claimed he thought it was a pub, a court has heard.