Crime & Courts Man admits £37,000 drug charge By Reporter October 28 2017, 10.13am Share Man admits £37,000 drug charge Share via Facebook Twitter Whatsapp Messenger Linkedin Email Post link https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/news/crime-courts/1348930/man-admits-37000-drug-charge/ Copy Link Inverness Castle A 36-year-old drug dealer yesterday admitted being concerned in the supply of almost 2.5kg of amphetamine in Inverness. The drugs, worth between £19,000 and £37,000 were found in bags and a bin liner at a property rented by Stephen Burnside in the city on September 21 last year. Inverness Sheriff Court was told that Burnside, of Brudes Hill, had left a house in Lochalsh Road when police stopped and searched him. Fiscal depute Roderick Urquhart said: “He had a phone, £500 and a packet with white powder, which he said was ‘speed’. “Later a flat which was rented to Burnside was searched and a bag, a bin liner and packets containing a white powder were found. It was later found to be amphetamine.” Sentence was deferred until November 21 for a background report and Burnside was remanded in custody.