View Full Version : Cases from today's custody court

20-Feb-12, 16:50
Halkirk driver was over the limit

A HALKIRK man has admitted a drinks-driving charge.
Allan Gunn, of Sinclair Square, made the plea when he appeared from custody at Wick Sheriff Court today. Sentence was deferred until February 27 and he was banned meantime.
Gunn (30) was caught in Smith Terrace, Thurso, on Friday, and tests revealed a breath-alcohol reading of 59mgs, the limit is 35mgs. A plea of not guilty to a charge of careless driving was accepted by senior fiscal depute, David Barclay.
Gunn was granted bail.

Nazi-style abuse alleged

A WOMAN is alleged to have racially abused a neighour on Friday and made Nazi gestures to her.
The accused, Angela Polson, of 26 Cairndhuna Terrace, Wick, pleaded not guilty, when she appeared from custody, and will return to court for her trial on April 24.
The charge alleges that Polson (37) acted, at her home in a racially-aggravated manner, intended to cause Justine Warnock, who lives at 22 Cairndhuna Terrace, alarm and distress, and shouted and swore at her calling her a f------g German and telling her to back home- accompanied by Nazi-style gestures.
Conditional bail was granted.

Overalls trial

Damon Anderson, of Main Street, Lybster, admitted a charge of reset.
He appeared for custody and denied resetting overalls knowing them to have been misappropriated by theft. The offence is alleged to have occurred in Main Street, on Thursday.
Sentence was deferred until February 27, when Sheriff Andrew Berry will also consider sentence on a separate offence for which the 17-year-old was previously ordered to behave.
Anderson was freed on bail and will reappear on February 27.