A 40-year-old man has been accused of twice in two days stealing a bank card belonging to his former wife and using it to steal £100 each day from ATM machines.
Steven McMillan, of Dalswinton Avenue, Dumfries, is alleged to have stolen the card at his home in May last year and taken £100 at an ATM at the Co-op at Lochside Road and the following day £100 at a cash machine at the Tesco Extra store.
The case at Dumfries Sheriff Court was continued without plea to January 29.
■ Trial has been set for April at Dumfries Sheriff Court in a case in which a motorist is accused of driving dangerously on the A76 at Kirkconnel.
Stephen McGowan, 23, from Gourock, pleaded not guilty to driving at excessive speed for the road and road conditions in May last year, overtaking while it wasn’t safe to do so, and causing other road users to take evasive action to avoid a collision.
■ A 26-year-old man has been accused in court of being in possession of cannabis with intent to supply at the Eden Festival at St Anne’s.
Lee McGillivray, from Glasgow, is alleged to have committed the offence in June. The case at Dumfries Sheriff Court was continued without plea to January 29.
■ A 38-year-old man has been accused of driving dangerously on the A713 Castle Douglas to Ayr road and striking a grass verge.
Mark Whyte, from Newton Stewart, pleaded not guilty to driving at excessive speeds for the road conditions, too close to other road users, causing his vehicle to straddle lanes and enter the opposing carriageway and losing control of it. Trial was set for April at Dumfries Sheriff Court.
■ A man has been accused of punching another on the head at Dumfries Prison.
David Brown, 35, from Stranraer, is alleged to have committed the assault last April. The case at Dumfries Sheriff Court was continued without plea to January 29.