Six men from Dundee were in court today on drugs charges after police seized cocaine and cannabis valued at £150,000 on Tuesday.
Kieran Burgess, 21, of Dobson Drive, Carnoustie, had sentence deferred until March 30 after admitting having drugs. Burges admitted via letter to the court that he had cocaine, a Class A drug, in his possession at Fort Street, Broughty Ferry, on December 24 last year.
A Dundee drug dealer has been jailed for more than five years for supplying cocaine worth £85,000.
Four schoolchildren were taken to hospital after they allegedly mistook cocaine for sherbet.
A man kept cocaine in a locked bedroom in his grandfather’s house.
A 27-year-old man who had cocaine was fined at Dundee Sheriff Court. Michael Richardson, of Glenogil Drive, was fined £350 after admitting a charge of possession. Richardson admitted having cocaine, a Class A drug, in his possession at South Ward Road on August 21 last year.
Three men are facing jail for smuggling cocaine worth £2.5 million, which was dropped from a light aircraft over the Kentish countryside.
A man was caught with £835 worth of cocaine at his Dundee home.
Christopher Donald, 35, of Helmsdale Crescent, was placed on a curfew at Dundee Sheriff Court.
A Dundee man has been found guilty of being concerned in the supply of cocaine worth £85,000.
Two men have been arrested and £220,000 of heroin and cocaine allegedly recovered in a police raid.
Police have made 15 arrests and seized drugs including heroin and cocaine in a series of raids across Dundee. Area commander Chief Inspector Gary Ogilvie vowed further “relentless” breaking down of doors as officers work to limit the supply of drugs being sold in the city. For the full exclusive story, pick up a copy of tonight's Evening Telegraph.