Sheriff Court casebook
A couple are facing court on a catalogue of motoring offences.
Cameron Beattie of Dougrie Place, Castlemilk, and Karen Hayes, of Kirkwood Street, Rutherglen this week denied the charges at Glasgow Sheriff Court.
It is claimed that Beattie (42), drove without due care and attention and collided with a stationary car at Dougrie Drive.
He is also alleged to have failed to stop after the incident and to have driven while disqualified and without insurance.
All offences are claimed to have happened on January 17, this year.
Hayes (44), is alleged to have allowed Beattie to drive a car without insurance.
She faces a further charge of attempting to pervert the course of justice by falsely stating that she was the driver of a vehicle when it collided with another vehicle.
Trial was set for November 12. Three residents of a Cambuslang street face charges in court.
Jordan Smith (23), Karen Logie (23) and Helen Coyle (35), all of Mill Road this week at Glasgow Sheriff Court denied the charges.
It is claimed that Jordan Smith behaved in a threatening manner, shouted, swore, made offensive remarks and uttered threats of violence while in a police vehicle.
It is further alleged that Smith told police officers he knew their personal details, made a racist remark and a threatening gesture while in possession of a glass bottle. Smith was on bail at the time. Karen Logie faces charges that she behaved in a threatening manner and shouted and swore.
It is also claimed that she struggled violently with police officers and obstructed or hindered them in the execution of their duty.
Helen Coyle is accused of acting in a threatening or abusive manner and shouting and swearing.
All of the offences are alleged to have happened in Mill Road on May 8, this year.
Trial for all three accused was set for November 13.