A woman has been accused of illegally importing controlled drugs into Dundee.
Katy McAllister, 32, of Seafield Close in the West End, appeared in private at the city’s sheriff court to face a total of 14 charges.
These included importing the Class C drugs temazapam, diazepam, tramadol and nitrazepam.
McAllister’s brief appearance before Sheriff John Rafferty saw her face four charges of importing the Class C drugs at Seafield Close on various occasions between May 3 and June 6 last year and attempting to possess diazepam at the same address on or before August 24 and 31 2017 last year.
Prosecutors claim she attempted to evade the prohibition or restriction of importing goods, whether or not the goods were unloaded, under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971.
She is also accused of nine further charges of possessing or attempting to possess Class A, B and C drugs at her home at Seafield Close on various dates last year.
She is alleged to have attempted to possess oxycodone, a Class A controlled drug, on or before August 24 and on September 1, attempted to be in possession of morphine sulphate, a Class A controlled drug on the same dates at the same place and possessing tramadol on September 1.
McAllister is also alleged to have possessed nitrazepam on August 24 last year, Class C drugs diazepam and zopiclone and Class B drugs dihydrocodeine, oxycodone and codeine, all at her home on September 1 last year.
She made no plea and was granted bail while the case was continued for further examination.
The Crown now has a year in which to bring McAllister to trial on the charges.