A Dundee man guilty of supplying class A drugs worth nearly £900,000 has been jailed.
Appearing at the High Court in Edinburgh today, Dane Carroll was sentenced to five years in jail.
The court also imposed a Serious Crime Prevention Order on the 28-year-old.
The conviction of Carroll was previously welcomed by Police Scotland.
He was found guilty of supplying cocaine worth an estimated £405,000 and heroin worth about £480,000 in Dundee.
Detective Inspector Stewart Forsyth, of the organised crime and counter-terrorism unit, said the conviction would send a message to other dealers.
He said: “We acknowledge and welcome today’s sentencing of Dane Carroll, which re-enforces the message that serious organised crime has no place in our society and we will deal with those responsible swiftly and robustly.
“Operation Twisted was an intelligence-led operation which led to the recovery of over £850,000 of Class A controlled drugs – over £487,000 of heroin, and over £405,000 of cocaine. Through enforcement we actively continue to target those individuals involved in serious and organised crime.
“I would like to thank the public for their continued support and encourage others who have concerns to contact Police Scotland on 101 or alternatively Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 where information can be passed anonymously.”