A Dingwall man who punched a man at an Inverness nightspot in a case of mistaken identity was fined £125 yesterday.
Inverness Sheriff Court
A 23-year-old man who scaled a 200ft TV mast and interrupted local broadcasting sparked a day long stand-off with police.
A teenager who had consumed a cocktail of alcohol and drugs then attacked another youth with a knuckleduster was ordered to carry out 120 hours of unpaid community work.
A man who swung an infant child around his head and then flipped him back down caused three fractures to the baby’s leg and foot.
A homeless man was left fighting for his life after an attack outside his accommodation in Inverness.
A householder was disturbed in the middle of the night when he heard someone in his property.
A pensioner who admitted his second drink driving offence was banned from driving for three years at Inverness Sheriff Court yesterday.
A father-of-three who tried to kill himself following the death of his brother was jailed for five months yesterday.
A sheriff told a habitual nuisance caller that he hoped she would get fed up going to jail before he got fed up of sending her there.
A pensioner who believed he had cancer was self-medicating with cannabis he had grown in the attic of his house.
A habitual thief who was caught because of a cigarette burn on his flat cap was jailed for a total of two years yesterday.
Strange man caught holding hands with children and trying to lure them home from an Inverness playpark
Anxious parents called police when they saw a stranger holding hands with their children in an Inverness playpark.
An Inverness man tried to strangle himself with a police cell blanket after he was arrested by officers in January this year, a court has heard.
A 73-year-old international charity worker caused “significant disruption” on the busiest road in the north when his canal boat fell off his trailer.
A 54-year-old man who downloaded child pornography while on his travels throughout Scotland escaped a jail sentence at Inverness Sheriff Court yesterday.
Disqualified driver pursued by police in high-speed chase before he crashed into field near Inverness
Police pursued a disqualified driver for 11 miles in a high-speed chase through country roads which ended in a spectacular crash into a field.
A householder watched as a 33-year-old Inverness man was “swinging a knife like a madman” at another during a violent confrontation in a quiet street.
A man flooded his own flat to make it uninhabitable because he wanted a move to a better property.
An accountancy graduate who became infatuated with a co-worker continuously sent her unwanted letters and parcels.
Inverness man turned up for work drunk and drove away in work van when colleagues threatened to report him to his boss
A Tesco maintenance engineer who turned up for work drunk drove away in his work van when his colleagues threatened to report him to his boss.
Two Wester Ross brothers who created a disturbance outside a friend's house will be sentenced next month.
An Inverness chef who damaged a neighbour's car with a sledgehammer in a drunken rage was jailed for 12 months yesterday.
A joiner avoided a prison sentence after admitting seriously injuring a workmate as he drove along a dual carriageway the wrong way.
A groundworker who loaded up his car with ladders for work after drinking alcohol was banned from driving for 27 months at Inverness Sheriff Court yesterday.
A 50-year-old Lochinver man broke into his local shop and stole almost £3,000 worth of cigarettes and tobacco.
Newly-appointed teacher left with life-changing injuries after an elderly motorist crashed into her bicycle in the Highlands
A newly-appointed teacher was left with life-changing injuries when an elderly motorist ploughed into her pedal cycle on a main road.
Fire starter – who lied about torching his own flat – falsely reported an active arms deal in a Highland town
A Kinlochleven man torched his own flat and then posted social media messages criticising police for their efforts to find the culprit.
A drug user was attacked and robbed as he tried to “shoot up” in the house of an Inverness man.
A 54-year-old Inverness man who made life intolerable for his neighbours by his drunken behaviour was ordered to carry out 54 hours of unpaid work.
Two Inverness brothers were each jailed for 22 months after admitting repeated attacks on a Glasgow man in April.
An unpaid debt led to a violent attack on a man in an Inverness housing estate.
A sheriff warned a 49-year-old Inverness man he faced a jail sentence for abusing his partner.