Appeal judges have thrown out bids by Kinnordy killers Tamsin Glass and Callum Davidson to have their sentences reduced for the brutal killing of Angus oil worker Steven Donaldson.
A man serving a life sentence for murdering an offshore worker has died in prison.
Former girlfriend of murdered Aberdeen oil worker to launch appeal against culpable homicide conviction
An Angus woman convicted of culpable homicide after the death of an Aberdeen oil worker plans to appeal.
The two men convicted of the murder of Aberdeen oil worker Steven Donaldson have launched a bid for freedom.
The killers of oil worker Steven Donaldson have been jailed for a combined 57 years.
The mother of tragic Kirriemuir murder victim Steven Donaldson has described the support the family has received as “amazing”.
‘Steven was far too young to die’ — Oil worker’s family pay tribute outside court after trio found guilty of his killing
The heartbroken family of oil worker Steven Donaldson have paid tribute to the much loved son and brother after a trio were found guilty of his killing.
Two men have been found guilty of murdering an Aberdeen oil worker.
Jurors in the Steven Donaldson murder trial will spend a second day deliberating after retiring to consider their verdicts yesterday.
Tasmin Glass was no “Machiavellian character from the underworld of crime” but a teenager from a good home who was not responsible in “any way, shape or form” for what happened to Steven Donaldson, the Kirriemuir murder trial was told yesterday.
The trio accused of the killing of Steven Donaldson were each involved in a “murderous plan” hatched on the evening before the 27-year-old’s body was found charred and beaten at an Angus nature reserve, High Court jurors have been told.
Murder accused Tasmin Glass has made an absolute denial she saw the father of her unborn baby on the night she is alleged to have been involved in his killing.
A murder accused made a prison cell confession, boasting he had stabbed “the boy” more than 25 times, a jury was told yesterday.
Murder accused Steven Dickie has told a High Court jury how he saw his teenage lover Tasmin Glass speed off in her car from an Angus playpark as his best friend Callum Davidson “dived” through the window of Steven Donaldson’s BMW.
Mobile phones belonging to Steven Donaldson, his alleged killer Steven Dickie and the partner of co-accused Callum Davidson were tracked moving around the outskirts of Kirriemuir in the hours before the 27-year-old’s body was discovered, a court heard yesterday.
A woman accused of murdering her ex-boyfriend told police she had sent a text to him saying “Meet you Hill” on the night of his alleged killing – but that he failed to turn up for the rendezvous near her home.
Jurors have been told alleged killer Callum Davidson could have been within ‘one to two metres’ of Steven Donaldson for spots of his blood to transfer
Murder trial jurors have been told an alleged killer could have been within “one or two metres” of the victim for spots of blood to transfer to his clothes.
A juror in a murder trial fainted moments after hearing graphic evidence revealing the victim’s spinal cord had been severed in two places, possibly by an axe or machete, killing him.
Witness saw murder accused and Aberdeen oil worker Steven Donaldson’s cars together in Kirriemuir hours before his death
A witness has told a High Court jury he saw murder accused Tasmin Glass’s car and a “sporty” white BMW together in Kirriemuir’s Peter Pan playpark just hours before the discovery of Arbroath man Steven Donaldson’s battered and burnt body.
A “grey and jittery” murder accused confessed he had broken a baseball bat by striking Steven Donaldson with it after he and a friend stepped into an argument between their female co-accused and her Arbroath ex-boyfriend at a Kirriemuir’s children playpark, a court has heard.
Oil worker Steven Donaldson wanted his former girlfriend to repay him £3,000 in a cash dispute over a written-off car, a murder trial heard yesterday.
A witness in the Steven Donaldson murder trial gave police a statement about overhearing talk of a plan to drive a man off the road near Kinnordy Loch and dispose of any evidence in a remote Angus reservoir.
Three people appeared in court tonight accused of arranging to meet an oil worker at a children's playpark before murdering him by battering and stabbing him, transporting him to a nature reserve and setting him on fire.
Three people have appeared in court accused of murdering an oil worker found dead at a Scots beauty spot.
Three people have been arrested in connection with the death of a man who was found in an Angus nature reserve.
The hunt for evidence to bring Aberdeen oil worker Steven Donaldson’s brutal killers to justice intensified on Wednesday.