A 28-year-old man is charged with possessing etizolam. Kevin Docherty, of Forth Crescent, was allegedly found with the Class C drug on Hillbank Road on October 26 last year. Sheriff James MacDonald continued his case without plea until August 9.
A trial has been fixed for a teenager accused of drug possession.
The number of drug deaths in Dundee linked to etizolam has risen by more than 500%.
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.
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.
John Davis, 42, of Ann Street, was remanded in custody pending sentence on drugs charges.
A couple caught with drugs worth more than £10,000 and more than £6,000 of cash in their home have admitted dealing.
“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.
A dealer is facing jail after admitted selling drugs from his Adamson Court home.
Jamie Lee Ottaway, 35, admitted possessing the drug clonazolam at Dundee police headquarters.
A man who was found with heroin and etizolam at police HQ in West Bell Street had sentence deferred by Sheriff Tom Hughes.
Potentially deadly fake Valium has been changing hands on the streets of Dundee for as little as 20p a pill.
Drugs charities in Dundee have described suspected drugs overdoses in the city as a “dreadful start to the year”.
A drugs courier has been jailed for nearly two-and-a-half years after he was found with a haul worth nearly £15,000.
Following the shock news that 31 people have died from drugs in just six months – with 17 of them having etizolam, once a legal high, in their systems – we wanted to find out your experiences with illicit substances in our biggest-ever drugs poll.
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.
Dundee is being flooded with potentially lethal fake Valium pills which are “going for pennies”, a drugs expert has warned.