THERE were four custody cases heard via Lerwick Sheriff Court on Monday.
Hylton Henry, whose address was given as Shetland, appeared on three charges including assault to injury and carrying an offensive weapon in public.
The 57-year-old was given a trial date of 22 October.
Erik James Moar, whose address was also given as Shetland, faced a charge of behaving in a threatening or abusive manner. The 56-year-old was given a trial date of 22 October.
Forty two year old Christopher Philip Smith, also of Shetland, faced charges of behaving in a threatening or abusive manner and carrying an offensive weapon in public.
Trevor Couper, 27, of Shetland, also appeared from custody accused of behaving in a threatening or abusive manner and failing to comply with an undertaking.
All cases were heard at Aberdeen Sheriff Court via Lerwick through video link.
Lerwick Sheriff Court remains closed to the public due to the Covid-19 pandemic although the Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service plans to gradually return a small number of staff to court buildings throughout the country as part of phase one of the easing of the lockdown.
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