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Former Dingwall man jailed after spitting at ambulance crew during coronavirus crisis

Former Dingwall man jailed after spitting at ambulance crew during coronavirus crisis

Former Dingwall man jailed after spitting at ambulance crew during coronavirus crisis

21 July 2020

Ambulance workers who were called to a report of a man having a fit in the middle of the Covid-19 crisis were spat at as they tried to treat him.


Disturbance in Evanton lands fisherman jail term

Disturbance in Evanton lands fisherman jail term

Disturbance in Evanton lands fisherman jail term

21 July 2020

A Skye fisherman living in Evanton was jailed for four months after admitting a drunken disturbance in the Ross-shire village.


History-making trial for Highlands' new justice centre

History-making trial for Highlands' new justice centre

History-making trial for Highlands' new justice centre

21 July 2020

A new justice centre in the Highland captial passed a new milestone yesterday with its first trial to have witnesses and accused present in the flesh.


Police charge 15 motorists for speeding on North Coast 500 route during weekend road safety patrols

Police charge 15 motorists for speeding on North Coast 500 route during weekend road safety patrols

Police charge 15 motorists for speeding on North Coast 500 route during weekend road safety patrols

20 July 2020

Road policing officers have charged 15 motorists with speeding offences during road safety patrols on the North Coast 500 route over the weekend.


Highland police appeal after fence posts at beauty spot removed

Highland police appeal after fence posts at beauty spot removed

Highland police appeal after fence posts at beauty spot removed

18 July 2020

Highland police have issued an appeal after an incident in which fence posts have been removed from a beauty spot and "possibly used as firewood".


Police thank Highlanders but urge them to continue to do their bit in coronavirus fight

Police thank Highlanders but urge them to continue to do their bit in coronavirus fight

Police thank Highlanders but urge them to continue to do their bit in coronavirus fight

17 July 2020

POLICE have moved to thank all Highland communities for their "patience and compliance" during lockdown as restrictions begin to ease.


'Disgust' over damage to digger working on community project near Dingwall

'Disgust' over damage to digger working on community project near Dingwall

'Disgust' over damage to digger working on community project near Dingwall

16 July 2020

A DIGGER being used in the construction of a new path linking Strathpeffer and Dingwall has been damaged.


Dingwall arrests after early morning fracas

Dingwall arrests after early morning fracas

Dingwall arrests after early morning fracas

16 July 2020

A young man and a teenager were arrested in Dingwall today after an early morning disturbance left another teenager injured.


Disturbance at slipway sparks police appeal

Disturbance at slipway sparks police appeal

Disturbance at slipway sparks police appeal

16 July 2020

POLICE have appealed for information after a disturbance at the slipway in Kyle of Lochalsh.


Highlanders urged to share warning over coronavirus crisis 'grant' text message scam

Highlanders urged to share warning over coronavirus crisis 'grant' text message scam

Highlanders urged to share warning over coronavirus crisis 'grant' text message scam

14 July 2020

PEOPLE are being urged to be on their guard to a scam enticing its targets to check eligibility for non-existent coronavirus "crisis grants".


Appeal after high speed driver detected doing 143mph on the A9

Appeal after high speed driver detected doing 143mph on the A9

Appeal after high speed driver detected doing 143mph on the A9

13 July 2020

A 23-year old man will be reported to the procurator fiscal after being detected driving at 143mph on the A9, near Tore, on Friday night July 10.


Man breached bail 'because he wanted to cut his nails'

Man breached bail 'because he wanted to cut his nails'

Man breached bail 'because he wanted to cut his nails'

13 July 2020

A MAN was remanded in custody for a psychiatric report after admitting a bail breach because he wanted to cut his nails.


Stolen bike report in Dingwall prompts police appeal to public

Stolen bike report in Dingwall prompts police appeal to public

Stolen bike report in Dingwall prompts police appeal to public

10 July 2020

Reports of a stolen bike in Dingwall prompts a police appeal to the public.


Drunk passenger was threatening and abusive on ferry

Drunk passenger was threatening and abusive on ferry

Drunk passenger was threatening and abusive on ferry

10 July 2020

A 34-year-old father was on a ferry journey to the Western Isles to spend a holiday on Lewis but failed to complete his trip.


'You will never be closer to going to jail than you are now', sheriff tells Ross-shire man

'You will never be closer to going to jail than you are now', sheriff tells Ross-shire man

'You will never be closer to going to jail than you are now', sheriff tells Ross-shire man

10 July 2020

A Ross-shire man with a record for domestic violence narrowly escaped a jail sentence yesterday.


Vandalism at school will cost £4000 to repair, say police

Vandalism at school will cost £4000 to repair, say police

Vandalism at school will cost £4000 to repair, say police

09 July 2020

VANDALS have caused thousands of pounds worth of damage to the roof of a Ross-shire school.


Easter Ross rowdy bit policewoman during disturbance, court is told

Easter Ross rowdy bit policewoman during disturbance, court is told

Easter Ross rowdy bit policewoman during disturbance, court is told

08 July 2020

A police officer suffered a broken wrist and another was bitten on her leg when they tried to arrest a man involved in an Easter Ross disturbance.


Police appeal following window vandalism

Police appeal following window vandalism

Police appeal following window vandalism

07 July 2020

VANDALISM in Tain has sparked a police appeal for information.


Ullapool men in court appearance on assault and weapons charges

Ullapool men in court appearance on assault and weapons charges

Ullapool men in court appearance on assault and weapons charges

07 July 2020

Two Ullapool men appeared in private at Inverness Sheriff Court on Monday on a series of charges.


Highland police going 'mobile' with new gear (and saving hours on paperwork)

Highland police going 'mobile' with new gear (and saving hours on paperwork)

Highland police going 'mobile' with new gear (and saving hours on paperwork)

06 July 2020

Officers are focusing more on 'engaging with the public' now


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