A teenager has admitted dealing cocaine and heroin in Aberdeen, as well as being illegally in possession of a taser.
The 17-year-old, who can not be named for legal reasons, admitted charges of being concerned in the supply of both class A drugs at a city centre property on January 18 and January 19 when he appeared at the city’s sheriff court yesterday.
The teenager also pleaded guilty to possessing a “prohibited weapon” on the same dates.
The court heard that he had £3,700 worth of cocaine and £950 worth of heroin.
Defence agent, Charlie Benzies, said his client had “mental health issues”.
Sheriff William Summers said he was considering imposing a period of custody and deferred sentence until Friday October 12 for the preparation of reports.