Five people will be reported in connection with drug offences following three days of police action in Caithness.
Officers focused on disrupting suspected drug supply activity into the county carried out enforcement activity at the end of last week and into the weekend.
Officers also detected a number of road traffic offences and carried out checks of licensed premises in the area during the enforcement period, carried out under Operation Ram.
Men, aged 49, 18 and 24, will be reported in connection with drug offences, as will two women aged 22 and 18.
A 20-year-old man has been charged in connection with the possession of an unlicensed air weapon recovered during the execution of a drug search warrant in the Castletown area.
Quantities of Xanax, cannabis and diazepam were recovered during searches, with further inquiries ongoing in relation to various other items seized.
The operation involved various resources from the Highlands and Islands division, as well as specialist officers from road policing and the dog unit.
Sergeant Doug Green said: “Our communities regularly highlight drug misuse as a key issue of concern and Police Scotland is committed to tackling those intent on bringing harm to our streets through the supply of illegal substances.
“The supply of drugs is not tolerated by the people of Caithness and we will continue to take robust action against anyone believed to be involved in this trade.
“We work best in partnership with the public and we act on every piece of information we receive. Enforcement activity such as this is a direct result of community intelligence.
“We are grateful for all of the help of the public and I would urge anyone who can help us to contact Police Scotland directly on 101 or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
“You can also pass information anonymously online using the Crimestoppers website.”