A policeman has gone on trial accused of breaching data protection laws by searching for information about his ex-partner on restricted crime files.
Alison Barbour has been convicted of embezzling almost £4,000 from the Granite City Bar at Aberdeen Airport. Sentence has been deferred for background reports.
John Kearney has been removed from the armed response unit and is no longer allowed to drive to emergencies as a result of the dangerous driving conviction.
A police firearms officer who drove dangerously across the north-east has claimed he had to react as if he was responding to the next Dunblane massacre.
An Aberdeen man has denied fraudulently claiming almost £6,000 in benefits.
An Ellon police officer is to go on trial accused of assaulting and abducting a man from an address in Aberdeenshire.
A woman who was caught drink-driving for the second time when she crashed in an Aberdeen car park has narrowly avoided jail.
An Aberdeen pensioner has been placed on the sex offenders' register after he admitted sharing dozens of child porn images with a man he met online.
A TV stripper has admitted assaulting her partner during a drunken row after the pair had been out celebrating a friend's engagement.
A woman has gone on trial accused of embezzling almost £4,000 from a bar at Aberdeen Airport.
An ambulance driver has been charged with careless driving while she was responding to a 999 call.
A slater who drunkenly smashed his former employer's van, which he claimed he stole for a joke, has been jailed for committing his forth drink-driving offence.
A man has avoided jail despite telling a sheriff he had a "compulsion" to steal.
Darren Paxton and Leslie Kilminster have appeared in court in connection with a serious assault which is alleged to have taken place in the Summerhill Court area of the city last night.
Aberdeen man, Hans Reid, has been jailed for 10 months after he admitted committing a string of offences including stealing a mobile phone from a school boy.
Twenty-five-year-old Grant McKenzie is to go on trial accused of driving a quad bike dangerously around a park. It is alleged McKenzie drove the bike at a pedestrian before striking and killing a dog
Sixty-nine-year-old Elizabeth Siudej has been disqualified from driving for a year and fined £600 after being caught behind the wheel while almost three times the legal drink-drive limit.
Ambulance driver, Kristine Hutchison, is to go on trial accused of driving carelessly while responding to a 999 call. Her driving is alleged to have caused a crash which injured another driver.
Three teenagers have been accused of a string of motoring offences - including the theft of vehicles worth more than half a million pounds.
Aberdeen car dealer, John Bruce, has been placed on the sex offenders’ register for three years after he drunkenly sent a stranger a string of explicit texts.
A man who broke into a stranger's home and fell asleep on the sofa has been ordered to take legal advice.
A biker has been banned from the roads for more than a year after he crashed his motorcycle while twice the legal alcohol limit.
Stephen Cruz has been jailed for a year after sending threatening messages to Police Scotland indicating he was going to slit Alex Salmond’s throat. He also stated he had sent letter bombs to the Army
Top Aberdeen property solicitor, Alexander Hutcheon, has gone on trial accused of assaulting his wife and racially abusing her new lover.
PRISON officers wearing riot gear have tackled a string of violent incidents at Scotland's newest jail.
North-east policeman, John Kearney, has admitted driving dangerously while on duty across a number of roads in Aberdeen city, Aberdeenshire and Moray. Kearney was responding to an emergency call out.
A 15-YEAR-OLD boy crashed a stolen Jaguar after an early-morning police chase across Aberdeen.
North-east man, Stephen Chalmers, admits sparking major investigation after telling police he was going to send letter bombs to army careers offices across Scotland.
Aberdeen man, David Reid, has admitted throttling the mother of his child to the danger of her life. He will be sentenced next month at the city’s sheriff court.
Aberdeen mum, Elizabeth Valentine, has narrowly avoided jail after she admitted trying to scare a group of youths by brandishing a samurai sword at them.
A north-east policeman, John Kearney, will go on trial next week accused of driving dangerously across Aberdeen city, Aberdeenshire and Moray.
Two serial criminals who turned a stolen car into a fireball while their friends were still inside have narrowly avoided jail.