A man and woman convicted of robbing a young Aberdeen FC footballer have cost the taxpayer more than £26,000 in legal aid, it can be revealed.
A killer has been handed a 32-month jail term after a knife-point robbery bid on a young Aberdeen footballer.
A man previously locked up for killing a father-of-four has been found guilty of a robbery bid on a young Aberdeen FC footballer.
A thug who assaulted and attempted to rob an Aberdeen FC player has told a jury that two people on trial were not involved in the incident.
A man accused of holding a knife to a footballer’s face has claimed he was not at the scene of the alleged crime.
A teenage footballer was punched in the face in a case of “mistaken identity”, a court has heard.
An Aberdeen football player said he was left “terrified” when a man used a knife to smash his car windscreen.
The father of a young Dons footballer said his son was in a “total state of shock” following an alleged robbery bid.
Shaun Stewart – known as Paton – 33, and Lana Smart, 30, are alleged to have targeted David Dangana as he sat in his car near his home, on the city’s Fairlie Street, on August 9 last year.
A yob has been jailed for violently attacking an Aberdeen FC youth player in a robbery bid.
A man has admitted attempting to rob a young Aberdeen footballer at knifepoint.
The father of a young Aberdeen FC footballer has described the moment his son told him a number of people tried to stab him, a trial has heard.
Mr Dangana said one of the men then banged on the driver’s door window with the handle of a kitchen knife until it smashed.
Kyle Cameron, 28, Lana McAllister, known as Smart, 30, and Shaun Stewart, sometimes known as Paton, 33, all face a charge of assault to injury over the alleged incident involving Dons youth player David Dangana.