A Broughty Ferry man who admitted having Class A drugs at the Carnival Fifty Six festival in Camperdown Park last summer has failed to appear at court for sentence.
Cameron Robb, 39, of Bell Rock Square in Broughty Ferry, had previously represented himself in court when he admitted that on August 12, at the festival, he possessed ecstasy and diazepam (Valium).
Fiscal depute Lynne Mannion told the court Robb was found with five tablets of ecstasy, worth £10, in his possession.
A search also recovered two diazepam tablets, worth £2.
Robb told the court he had been under stress at the time as his only brother had died a few weeks previously.
Sheriff Alastair Carmichael had deferred sentence for good behaviour. But after his non-appearance, the case was continued until June 5 for him to appear.