A Broughty Ferry man who breached a bail order not to enter a Dundee road was found there with cocaine.
Three men have pleaded guilty to being concerned in the supply of drugs after being found with nearly £470,000 worth of cocaine and cannabis at a house in Dundee.
Eels exposed to low levels of cocaine in rivers and other fresh water bodies could be getting hyperactive and suffering with muscle damage, according to new research.
An international scheme involving the laundering of more than £1 million through banks in China, Pakistan, Hong Kong, Dubai and across the UK was centred around a man in Dundee, it has been alleged.
A former gang member who played “a significant role” in trafficking high purity cocaine with the potential to sell for £200,000 on the street in the Tayside area has been jailed for six years.
A convicted drug supplier has been spared jail after being told by a court he was not a “frontline dealer”.
A Dundee man was one of a trio convicted for dealing after almost £380,000 of drugs was found in the local area.
A man has been fined a total of £1,200 for drugs offences. Ross Allison, 20, of Anderson Crescent, Falkirk, admitted possessing cocaine and cannabis at Perth Road, Dundee, on January 13. He was fined £800 on the cocaine charge and £400 for having cannabis.
Prosecutors have used proceeds of crime legislation to seize £17,000 from a crook who is serving time for drug dealing.
Two men had sentence deferred after admitting possessing drugs at a Dundee pub.
A “sorcerer’s apprentice” who was learning the cocaine trade from a million-pound drugs gang was yesterday jailed.
A Dundee man has been told to expect a significant prison sentence for his part in a major cocaine operation.
Evidence of cocaine has been found in some of Dundee’s best-known public buildings, the Tele can reveal.
A high school dance was abandoned amid claims two ex-pupils had brought cocaine to the event.
Darren Davies, 44, of Forrester Park Drive, Edinburgh, was fined £360 by Sheriff John Rafferty at Dundee.
A Dundee man who admitted being concerned in the supply of drugs worth almost £30,000 was arrested by cops who had been targeting his girlfriend.
A soldier caught dealing high-purity cocaine worth nearly £47,000 has avoided jail after a sheriff said the stress he suffered during combat in Afghanistan may have affected his judgment.
Darren Davies, 44, Forrester Park Drive, Edinburgh, admitted possessing cocaine and ecstasy at Carnival Fifty Six, Camperdown Park, on August 13.
A man who spat in the face of a Dundee police officer and tried to run away has been ordered to pay her £250 in compensation.
Drinking alcohol can make a person more vulnerable to cocaine addiction by promoting a breakdown of two key proteins in the brain, a study has found.