Two motor cyclists are set to face trial next month on charges of riding their machines at up to 130mph on the A713 between Parton and Dalry.
Arin Cirik, 27, ofWalker Avenue,Troon, and 35-year-old Sean Reid, of Carrick Road, Ayr, pleaded not guilty at Dumfries Sheriff Court to separate charges of travelling at grossly excessive speeds in the face of obvious and potential dangers in April.
A man and a woman have been accused in court of driving off from police at speed and dumping packages believed to contain drugs from the vehicle.
Yasmin Morgan, 23, of GablesView, Annan Road, Gretna, and 24-year-old CameronThomson, of Lady Street, Annan, faced a charge of attempting to pervert the course of justice in June.
It was alleged they drove off from a police officer who had identified himself and instructed them to stop and unlock their doors, and evaded him by driving at speed through streets in Kirkcudbright.They were also accused of being concerned in the supply of heroin at Gretna.
Morgan pleaded not guilty and trial was set for February while the case againstThomson was continued without plea for three weeks.
A motorist is to face trial on a charge of driving dangerously on the A711 Dumfries to Dalbeattie road near Kirkgunzeon.
Ryan Crawford, 22, of Douie Crescent, Dumfries, pleaded not guilty at the sheriff court to attempting to overtake cars without ensuring sufficient time and distance to do so safely and colliding head on with an oncoming car causing injury to a woman and her infant passenger.Trial was set for February.