An Inverness man has been seriously injured in a prison stabbing in Aberdeenshire.
Conor Bennett, 25, was allegedly attacked by a fellow inmate at HMP Grampian.
Bennett was said to have suffered cuts to his face and neck. His condition is not known.
He was jailed for five years and nine months at Livingston High Court in April last year after he and a friend Daniel Hunter, 26, were convicted for supplying ecstasy, cocaine and cannabis between February 2014 and April 2015.
A judge subsequently ordered Bennett to hand over £25,000 under proceeds of crime legislation.
He was told to pay the cash after a hearing at the High Court in Edinburgh.
The Inverness pair had previously pleaded guilty to drugs offences while appearing at the High Court in Glasgow.
Hunter was given a four-year sentence.
During proceedings, the court heard that the pair were arrested after police obtained Hunter’s phone in relation to a different matter.
After examining the handset, officers found texts and conversations on a social media site which revealed the men’s involvement in the drugs trade.
Bennett was said to have made £80,000 during his time as a criminal.