A man accused of assaulting another in Dumfries has been jailed for four months.
Christopher Wilson, of Bruce Dewar Meuse, Dumfries, pleaded guilty to the charge of assault to injury and robbery and made the subject of a nonharassment order for one year.
The court heard that Wilson, 34, pushed the man onto a sofa, struggled with him and repeatedly punched him on the head before taking a mobile phone from him on July 1.
The court heard that Wilson had committed the offence while on bail which had been granted in April this year.
Sheriff Colm Dempsey made Wilson the subject of the order which prevents him from contacting the man in any way for 12 months.
● A Dumfries man has been warned to behave and follow bail conditions placed on him.
Thomas Liddle Wright, 35, had been told to remain at his Cresswell Gardens address every day between 7pm and 7am. However, on July 2 he was found on the Whitesands without reasonable excuse and was detained by cops.
Sheriff Colm Dempsey told Wright, who was present at court, that sentencing on this issue would be deferred until other outstanding matters were dealt with at court at a later date.
● A case in which a man was accused of breaching an order not to contact a woman has been deserted.
Damien Patterson, of Broom Crescent, Newbie, Annan, was accused breaching an order not to communicate with the individual and was ordered not to enter Castle Douglas.
However, on April 20 last year he was found to have communicated with her.
Patterson, 26, had previously pled not guilty but on Friday the case was deserted in respect of that charge.