A van driver who was seen removing his jumper while driving on the A75 has been banned for 12 months.
Patrick McClay, 35, from Newarthill, was also fined £250 after admitting driving dangerously between Springholm and Auchenlarie Holiday Park in April.
He pleaded guilty to driving erractically along a 23-mile stretch of the road.
He admitted driving in excessive close proximity to preceding vehicles and repeatedly overtaking when not appropriate to do so in the face of oncoming traffic.
He also admitted causing drivers to take evasive action to avoid a collision and removing his jumper while not having a proper view of the roadway ahead.
Background reports have been ordered by the sheriff at Dumfries on a 38-year-old man on a charge of assaulting his ex-partner at Southerness by seizing her by the head.
Aaron Gifford, from Edinburgh, admitted committing the offence at a caravan at Southerness Holiday Village in June and also damaging property by kicking a table.
Sentence was deferred to October 31.
A man who behaved in a threatening or abusive manner at Dumfries Infirmary has been admonished at the town’s sheriff court.
Gary Niven, 32, of Shillinghill, Kirkcudbright, admitted shouting and swearing and acting aggressively last month.
A 23-year-old man who refused to be searched by police acting under the Misuse of Drugs Act, has been admonished at Dumfries Sheriff Court.
Liam Beswick, of Reoch Park, Springholm, admitted obstructing officers and struggling violently at Queensberry Street in Dumfries last month.
A motorist who was caught driving on the A75 at Springholm with more than four times the permitted drink limit has been banned from driving for 14 months.
Thomas McMullen, from Coatbridge, admitted committing the offence on September 8.
He was also fined £400 at Dumfries Sheriff Court.