Two teenagers were caught with drugs worth more than £25,000 when police raided the home of one of their parents.
Coran Wells, 18, originally from Hargabost on Harris, and 19-year-old Jordan Allan, of Glendoe Terrace, Inverness, appeared at the city’s sheriff court.
Wells admitted being concerned in the supply of cocaine, diazepam and ecstasy while Allan pleaded guilty to dealing cocaine and cannabis.
Fiscal depute Robert Weir told the court that the amounts involved were 385 grams of herbal cannabis, 45 grams of cocaine, 1,655 diazepam tablets and 857 ecstasy tablets.
A tick-list also recovered in the raid showed drugs debts of £5,780 on one mobile phone between November 21, 2017, and July 18, 2018.
Sentence was deferred until August 23 for background reports on both. Wells was remanded in custody and Allan had his bail continued.