Store site ban
A teenager has been banned by a sheriff from entering the Tesco store or the adjoining car park in Lockerbie until the outcome of a case in which he is involved.
Brad Roberts, 19, of Hillview Street, Lockerbie, pleaded not guilty to driving dangerously in the car park in September, at excessive speed and carrying out a handbrake turn manoeuvre requiring others to take evasive action to avoid a collision.
He also denied that at the car park he set up a row of metal drinks cans and then repeatedly fired a nailgun at them while in the car park and adjacent railway line.
Trial at Dumfries Sheriff Court has been set for January.
■ A motorist accused of driving off a narrow country road into a tree is to face trial at Dumfries Sheriff Court on a dangerous driving charge.
Alec Bark, 25, of Terreglestown Cottages, Dumfries, pleaded not guilty to driving on the Terregles to Shawhead road in February with the intention of causing harm to himself. Trial was set for January.
■ A man accused of failing to provide two breath specimens to police after driving a van in Annan is to face trial at Dumfries Sheriff Court.
Alistair Wilson, 48, of Gloucester Avenue, Dumfries, pleaded not guilty to committing the offence at Dumfries Police Station in April. Trial has been set for January.
■ A 67-year-old motorist who pleaded guilty by letter to a charge of driving dangerously on the A75 near Byeloch Farm has been ordered to appear personally in court.
William Walker, of West Acres, Lockerbie, admitted overtaking two vehicles in July by driving into the opposing carriageway at excessive speed and into the path of an oncoming vehicle causing it to take evasive action to avoid a collision.
Sentence has been deferred at Dumfries Sheriff Court to October 31.