Man accused of abducting woman and ordering dog to attack her

Vaidas Brusokas is accused of carrying out the attack at his flat in Glasgow last year.

Vaidas Brusokas to stand trial after allegedly abducting woman and ordering dog attack at Garthamlock flat SNS Group

A man will stand trial accused of abducting a woman and ordering his dog to attack her.

Vaidas Brusokas, 41, allegedly assaulted her at his flat in Glasgow’s Garthamlock on March 7, 2021.

Court papers state Brusokas seized hold of the woman’s head and shouted at her.

The accusation includes claims that he ordered his dog to attack his alleged victim, causing it to bite her on the body.

He then is said to have grabbed a phone from her possession, causing damage to it, and prevented her from calling the police.

Brusokas allegedly returned the phone before attempted to grab it from her again.

He is stated to have abducted the woman, locked the door of the flat and detained her within against her will.

She is claimed to have been injured as a result of the incident.

Brusokas pled not guilty at Glasgow Sheriff Court on Friday to the single charge.

A trial was fixed for November by sheriff Paul Crozier who granted Brusokas his bail meantime.

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