Abusive to husband
A woman who acted aggressively towards her husband at their home at New Abbey, has had her sentence at Dumfries Sheriff Court deferred for six months and was warned to be of good behaviour.
Anne Cassidy, of Ingleston Crescent, admitted behaving in a threatening or abusive manner on February 6, shouting and swearing, shouting offensive remarks at her husband and continuing the abusive behaviour towards two police officers.
A Gatehouse of Fleet man has been fined £400 at Dumfries Sheriff Court after being found guilty of committing an act of public indecency.
Darren Carter, of Fleetside, Gatehouse, committed the offence in view of a member of the public at Castledykes Park in Dumfries in October.
A motorist making a sightseeing visit to Scotland with his partner landed up in court after being stopped for speeding on the Castle Douglas to Ayr road.
Jay Plested, 25, from Hereford, was seen travelling south above the speed limit north of Castle Douglas and was stopped by a police patrol car. At Dumfries Sheriff Court he admitted driving at 75 in the 60 limit last March.
Plested, a tree surgeon, was fined £140 and had three points endorsed on his licence.
A 55-year-old woman who behaved in a threatening or abusive manner towards her husband has been admonished by the Sheriff at Dumfries.
ElaineTownsley, of Anderson Drive, Castle Douglas, admitted committing the offence at Friars’Vennel in Dumfries last October. She also pleaded guilty to breaching a bail condition within hours of it being made in the court not to contact or communicate with him and on this charge she was fined £200.
A 51-year-old man who assaulted his ex-partner in Castle Douglas, has been fined £200 and ordered to pay compensation of £200 by the Sheriff at Dumfries.
Nicolas McShane, of Birch Grove, Dalbeattie, admitted pushing the woman at Wood side Terrace in Castle Douglas and causing her to fall. He also admitted shouting and swearing at her and another person.