Sheriff Court casebook
A warrant for a Toryglen woman’s arrest has been granted after she was accused of racially threatening employees at a supermarket.
Gillian Walker of Prospecthill Circus, is alleged to have behaved in a threatening or abusive manner, which was likely to cause a reasonable person fear or alarm, at Asda Toryglen on September 3, 2015.
The 18 year old is claimed to have acted aggressively, shouted, swore , shouted racial abuse, struggled with employees and threatened employees with violence.
Walker was also charged with failing to appear at Glasgow Sheriff Court for a court diet on January 25, 2016 without reasonable excuse, having been given due notice.
The accused also failed to appear at court on July 29 and a warrant was granted.
A Cambuslang man has been charged with producing a class B drug at his home. Scott William Anderson, 26 of Braeside Place is claimed to have produced cannabis on May 5 , 2015. He pled not guilty at Glasgow Sheriff Court earlier this month and will return for trial on August 30. A Rutherglen man has denied recording a woman on his mobile phone and uttering derogatory abuse.
James Green is alleged to have behaved in a threatening or abusive manner which was likely to cause a reasonable person to suffer fear or alarm at Tesco Stores on Stonelaw Road on August 2, 2015
The 56 year old was charged with recording the female and asking her to limp for the camera, made gestures with his hand and face and uttered derogatory abuse.
Glasgow Sheriff Court will seek to prove that the offence was aggravated by prejudice relating to disability.
Green pled not guilty on August 1 and will reappear for trial on August 29.
A Rutherglen man has pled not guilty to uttering racial remarks towards an 11-year-old boy and pushing him on the body.
Alexander McDonald of Bullionslaw Drive is alleged to have behaved in a threatening or abusive manner at the Rutherglen Exchange shopping centre on March 13, 2016.
Glasgow Sheriff Court will seek to prove the offence was racially aggravated.
The 56 year old is then said to have assaulted the boy by pushing him on the body, causing him to fall to the ground, and then throwing his security radio towards him.
McDonald denied the charges when he appeared before court on August 3 and will return for trial on August 25.