A man has today been sentenced to prison for drug supply after 11,000 ecstasy tablets were found in a car.
Wojciech Wojciechowski, 31, has admitted committing drugs offences at his former home in Dundee.
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.
Taking the ecstasy drug MDMA may help people recover from psychologically damaging traumatic experiences, early research has found.
A festival-goer who admitted having drugs at the Carnival Fifty Six music festival told Dundee Sheriff Court he had been under stress because his brother had died.
A man who took drugs into last year’s Carnival Fifty Six music festival in Dundee had his sentence deferred.
The heartbroken mum of a Tayside teen who died after taking a party drug has broken her silence in a bid to stop other youngsters suffering the same fate.
A youngster in hospital after taking a red and white tablet is making slow progress but still remains seriously ill.
Two people appeared in private at Dundee Sheriff Court accused of supplying drugs with a street value of more than £50,000.
Darren Davies, 44, of Forrester Park Drive, Edinburgh, was fined £360 by Sheriff John Rafferty at Dundee.
A drugs courier has been jailed for nearly two-and-a-half years after he was found with a haul worth nearly £15,000.
Darren Davies, 44, Forrester Park Drive, Edinburgh, admitted possessing cocaine and ecstasy at Carnival Fifty Six, Camperdown Park, on August 13.
A Tayside teenager has told how she almost died after taking ecstasy.
Police have issued a warning about ecstasy pills after a woman died and two men were taken to hospital after taking the drugs.
Medical experts have raised concern about a snortable chocolate offering a high "similar to ecstasy" that has hit the market.
A man had two types of drug with him in a Dundee nightclub.
A man who stole a drug dealer’s ecstasy stash then tried to sell it on social media at knockdown prices was has been jailed for two years.
Stephen Hartley, 28, of Gallowden Road, Arbroath, had sentence deferred until June 12 at Dundee Sheriff Court.
A drug dealer whose stash was only discovered when a seven-year-old boy popped a misplaced ecstasy pill into his mouth thinking it was a sweet has dodged a jail term.
A child was moments from “absolutely catastrophic consequences” when he popped a drug dealer’s misplaced ecstasy tablet into his mouth thinking it was a sweet — only to spit it out because it “didn’t taste nice”.