Tesco worker Zoe Anderson warned her colleagues that her ex-partner might appear the day after they split up and she wanted to stay out of his way.
A Caithness man who abused three young children was jailed on Tuesday for eight years.
A high-speed driver left a road and struck two telegraph poles after losing control of his car.
A Wick man who threatened to kill a police officer by "smashing his face in" with his bare hands has been given a chance to turn his life around.
A sheriff has been hearing how a repeat drugs offender was caught “bang to rights” at a house in Wick.
A woman would have avoided having to carry out community work had she co-operated with police engaged in an inquiry, Wick Sheriff Court on Tuesday.
A sheriff who jailed a serial offender for eight months told him he was “very, very, lucky”.
A sheriff has called for a psychiatric report on a Thurso man who gave a false bomb alert at two business premises in Inverness.
A WICK man breached a court order banning him from having any contact with children under the age of 16.
Two men’s long-distance holiday trip to John O’Groats ran into trouble after police checked their van’s documents at Berriedale.
A man who threatened his former partner a few months after he tried to frighten a potential witness has avoided prison “by the thinnest of margins”.
A minor motor accident escalated into a road rage episode, Wick Sheriff Court heard on Wednesday.
A young Wick man jailed for seven months for his ‘outrageous’ behaviour at a Thurso supermarket almost had an extra year added to his sentence.
A young man who was resisting arrest spat on a police officer before telling him he hoped he would catch Covid-19.
Police investigating a report of a late-night incident at a Wick house were confronted by a bare-chested man who was anything but co-operative.
A WICK man is alleged to have cleaned potential evidence after committing a serious assault.
A repeat offender whose life was said to have been “on a downward spiral” for the past two years has been urged to man-up.
A Thurso man has admitted having deliberately sparked a bomb scare he knew to be false, at two commercial premises in Inverness.
A young man apologised to a sheriff for subjecting him to a tirade of abuse at a previous hearing.
Wick Sheriff Court heard about a man who broke into his brother's house with intent to steal.