Sher­iff Court case­book

Rutherglen Reformer - - News -

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.

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