Evening Telegraph (First Edition)
Woman denies sex assault on Lidl store worker
A WOMAN has denied sexually assaulting a supermarket worker after being caught shoplifting.
Cheryl Christie allegedly committed the offences at a Lidl store in Dundee on February 27.
The 38-year-old, of Provost Road, allegedly stole coffee, food and air fresheners from the shop.
This was allegedly before Christie sexually assaulted the man by seizing his genitals over his clothing and struggling with him.
On February 28, Christie allegedly struggled violently with officers at police headquarters on West Bell Street.
She allegedly made repeated attempts to retrieve a concealed bag containing tablets.
Christie pleaded not guilty to the charges when she appeared at Dundee Sheriff Court.
Sheriff Alastair Carmichael fixed a trial for November and released Christie on bail. n TWO men allegedly stole a television and clothing after breaking into a couple’s home.
William Murray, 48, and Andrew Duncan, 49, allegedly broke into an address on Provost Road on February 8.
The pair, both of Provost Road, allegedly stole a television, a mobile phone, a TV stick, a remote control and clothing.
Murray allegedly breached bail conditions by entering the street.
At Dundee Sheriff Court, the pair pleaded not guilty to the charges.
A trial was fixed for later this month and Duncan was released on bail. n A MAN has appeared in court accused of attacking his partner.
Prosecutors allege that James Foley assaulted the woman at an address on Yarrow Terrace, Menzieshill on Saturday by grabbing her throat and punching her on the stomach to her injury.
The 24-year-old, of Caledonian Road, Perth, made no plea when he appeared at Dundee Sheriff Court.
Foley was released on bail after Sheriff Alastair Carmichael continued his case for further examination.