An Aberdeen woman has appeared in court on drug charges after 10 people were arrested by police earlier this week.
Sharon Hastings, 49, faces four charges relating to the production and supply of illegal substances.
At Aberdeen Sheriff Court she made no plea, was remanded in custody and is expected in court again within the next week.
Hastings was among those charged after police officers confiscated heroin, cocaine and cannabis worth about £20,000 and about £5,000 in cash, after swooping on two properties in Torry.
She was arrested after a warrant was executed in Farquhar Road on Wednesday.
Seven others charged were released from custody, awaiting further investigation.
A spokeswoman for the Crown Office and the Procurator Fiscal Service said: “The other accused have not appeared in court.
“They have been liberated pending further inquiries. The case remains live.”
The 47-year-old woman, two men aged 43 and others aged 34, 40, 41 and 59 remain charged by police but will not appear in court until officers investigate further.
Another two were arrested in the Torry operation after another raid in Walker Road.
Aberdeen 24-year-old Jamie-Lee Greer and 29-year-old Adam Stone from Birmingham both appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court on Thursday.
Both made no plea to charges relating to drug production and supply and were released on bail.