A man featured on a BBC documentary investigating Dundee’s diazepam scourge is behind bars.
A 33-year-old man had drugs.
Another 100 cops have been undertaking drugs raids in Dundee today.
Police have seized drugs with an estimated street value of £768,000 in Dundee in less than four months following a number of high-value raids in the city.
Dundee’s drug commission has been told better support services hold the key to preventing so-called drug cocktail deaths.
A couple caught with drugs worth more than £10,000 and £6,000 of cash in their home have been jailed for a total of four years.
A man caught with drugs in the city centre has been given a prison sentence, after it was considered not appropriate to fine him.
A couple caught with drugs worth more than £10,000 and more than £6,000 of cash in their home have admitted dealing.
Dundee pair charged with dealing heroin and cocaine while possessing methadone, cannabis, diazepam and buprenorphine
Two people have been accused of dealing in heroin and cocaine and possessing four other banned drugs at their home in Dundee.
“Bucketloads” of fake Valium tablets costing as little as 20p each are flooding into Dundee from Liverpool – and it’s claimed they are being sold openly in the city centre.
An addict sneaked drugs into Ninewells Hospital while he was being treated as a patient.
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 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.
A woman has been accused of illegally importing controlled drugs into Dundee.
A man who took drugs into last year’s Carnival Fifty Six music festival in Dundee had his sentence deferred.
More than 30 people are suspected to have died from drugs in Dundee in the last six months.
Taking up to 30 street Valium tablets a day isn’t unusual for Dundee woman Leanne Gunning.
Tougher sentences are to be imposed on those dealing a drug used in fake Valium linked to a series of deaths in Dundee.
Craig Ballingall, 39, of Balmedie Drive, Dundee, had sentence deferred at the city’s sheriff court.
Dundee is being flooded with potentially lethal fake Valium pills which are “going for pennies”, a drugs expert has warned.