Evening Telegraph (First Edition)
Man, 36, denies multiple charges
A SHERIFF remanded a man in custody over assault and abusive behaviour claims.
Scott Henderson, 36, is alleged to have committed multiple offences between January and February at different addresses in Dundee.
He denies seizing a woman’s neck, pinning her against a wall and striking her head on January 4 at the Salvation Army Hostel on South Ward Road.
On January 19, he allegedly pushed a man on the body repeatedly and caused him to fall backwards at an address on Forthill Road.
Henderson allegedly struggled violently with the man and a woman after refusing to leave the property.
Henderson, of Kirk Street, allegedly attended the aforementioned man’s home address on William Street on Sunday before shouting, swearing, demanding money, threatening violence and repeatedly kicking a door.
It is alleged that he was repeatedly abusive towards police officers on the same date and breached a court undertaking by attending an address on Forthill Drive.
Henderson pleaded not guilty to the charges at Dundee Sheriff Court.
A trial was set for later this month by Sheriff Alison Michie who remanded Henderson in custody meantime.