Stu­dent faces trial on bit­ing brother charge

Strathearn Herald - - NEWS - Court Re­porter

A Strath stu­dent has main­tained her not guilty plea to a charge of sink­ing her teeth into her brother’s hand - and then turn­ing on a po­lice of­fi­cer and try­ing to punch him.

Eigh­teen-year-old Roseanna Dickie will stand trial at Perth Sher­iff Court on Jan­uary 17.

Dickie, who is from Auchter­arder but gave her ad­dress as the Univer­sity of Wales Trin­ity St David, Car­marthen, de­nied that on De­cem­ber 30 at her home in High Street, she pushed and then bit Jonathan Dickie to his in­jury.

A sec­ond charge al­leges that she acted in an ag­gres­sive man­ner by re­peat­edly shout­ing and swear­ing.

The third charge claims that she then as­saulted Sgt Wil­liam Ross by at­tempt­ing to punch him on the body in the house.

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