Two Charleston women convicted of drug dealing have been jailed following a trial at the High Court in Glasgow.
Denise Stark, 35, and Marjory Stevenson, 58, were sent to prison for a combined total of nine years.
Stark, of Craigowan Road, was jailed for three years. This was reduced from four years.
She was found guilty on indictment of being concerned in the supply of a controlled drug.
Stevenson, of Craigowan Road, was sent to prison for six years, reduced from eight.
She was concerned in the supply of diamorphine on May 2, at an address on Craigowan Road, aggravated by a connection with serious organised crime.
Two others – Tony Oprey, 35, and Emma Boyle, 30, both of Motherwell – were jailed for 29 months, reduced from 42 months; and two years and three months, reduced from three years, respectively.
Following the raid, Detective Chief Inspector Iain Wales from Tayside Division said: “This activity is part of a concerted effort in conjunction with local partners to tackle the recent increase in drugs-related deaths within the Tayside area.
“Police Scotland is committed to reducing the tragic impact of drugs on individuals, families and communities in Scotland by tackling those who would seek to cause harm and those who subsequently benefit from the misery caused.
“We continue to work with partners to tackle those behind the supply of controlled drugs into our communities and protect those who are vulnerable to all aspects of organised crime.
“We will continue to deal with those who are involved in and benefit from serious and organised crime including those concerned in the supply of drugs.”