Serial stalker given jail warning over Dundee incidents
A man who stalked two women over the course of a decade has been warned by a sheriff that he faces a prison sentence.
James Don took covert photographs and video recordings of the women at various locations in Dundee.
The 60-year-old recorded footage in one of his victim's homes without her knowledge and repeatedly followed her.
Don was found guilty of three charges by a jury at Dundee Sheriff Court and will be sentenced in August.
The court was told that an assessment for the Tay Project, which manages convicted sex offenders, had not yet been completed.
Sheriff Lorna Drummond told Don: "These are very serious offences that warrant custody."
The sheriff refused an application for bail and remanded Don in custody until sentencing on 5 August.