Kid porn images
A tip-off led to a police search of a house in Kirkcudbright and seizure of a computer found to contain 68 indecent images of children.
At Dumfries Sheriff Court, 66-year-old Jonathon Carter admitted two charges involving the downloading of the images at School Close in Kirkcudbright last July.
Sentence was deferred to July 11 for reports and Carter was put on the sex offenders’ register with the length of time to be set when he is sentenced.
A man has been accused of acting in a racially aggravated manner at the Tesco Extra in Dumfries.
Nathan Mundell, 21, of Riverbank, Gatehouse, is alleged to have made racial remarks at the store in January.
The case at Dumfries Sheriff Court was continued without plea to June 19.
A man has been banned from entering Dalbeattie until after a court case in which he admits five charges of shoplifting.
Zachary Pagan, 22, of Dalswinton Mains, admitted stealing toiletries at Supersave in Dalbeattie on May 12 and twice on May 13.
He also pleaded guilty to stealing toiletries and drink from another store in the town on May 16 and, on the same day, taking a quantity of toiletries from a pharmacy in the town.
Sentence was deferred to June 27 for reports.
A farmer on his way to a part-time role as a disc jockey hit the high notes on his speedometer – and found himself banned from the road.
Daniel Clement, of Gatehouse, Laurieston, appeared at Dumfries Sheriff Court on a charge of driving carelessly at excessive speed and was disqualified from driving for seven months.
He was also fined £800 after admitting committing the offence on the A75 near Crocketford last November.
Fiscal depute Jennifer McGill said police checked Clement at 80 mph and then at 100 on the dual carriageway.
A teenager who made racial remarks and acted aggressively at the health centre in Dalbeattie has been fined £200.
Morgan Dalgliesh, 19, of Union Street, Dalbeattie, admitted committing the offence at the Craignair centre in February.