Store site ban

Dumfries & Galloway Standard - - NEWS -

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.

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