Two people have been charged after £2,000 worth of controlled drugs were recovered in Aberdeenshire.
A lorry driver has been charged with trying to import class A drugs into the UK, after officers found an estimated £20 million of cocaine wrapped in blocks of frozen meat in the back of a lorry.
Fraserburgh fisherman-turned-drug dealer caught when bag of cocaine ‘fell from his mouth’ is sentenced in court
A former fisherman who turned to dealing cocaine after his Fraserburgh creel vessel was written-off has been told to prove he can stay drug-free or face a lengthy prison sentence.
Two men have been charged after a yacht carrying cocaine with a street value of approximately £60 million was seized off the Welsh coast.
Six people have been arrested after a yacht believed to be carrying cocaine with an estimated street value of £60 million was seized off the Welsh coast.
Undercover police officers arrested a drug dealer who had stashed cocaine worth £9,000 in a Lucozade bottle as part of a clampdown on crime in the north-east.
A 37-year-old Inverness man who was described as “a small cog in a large machine” stored £61,200 worth of cocaine in his mother’s home to help pay off a drugs debt.
A 61-year-old woman has appeared in private at Inverness Sheriff Court charged with being concerned in the supply of around £50,000 of cocaine.
Cocaine with an estimated 'street' value of £64,000 has been recovered in Aberdeen as part of an intelligence led operation.
A 37-year-old man who was dealing cocaine had stored £61,200 worth of the Class A narcotic in his mother’s home.
A man has been charged in connection with the discovery of cocaine at a house in Banchory.
A 30-year-old Liverpudlian man who admitted being concerned in the supply of cocaine in the Highlands was ordered to carry out 240 hours of unpaid community work as an alternative to jail.
An inquiry into Scotland's battle with drugs has heard that increasing cocaine and steroid use among middle class people in the north-east could have a time-bomb effect on their health.
Cocaine with an estimated street value of more than £15,000 has been recovered from the Cults area of Aberdeen.
Three people have been charged after class A drugs with a street value of around £11,000 were found at an Inverness property.
Cocaine with a street value of around £60,000 has been recovered in Inverness following searches of a vehicle and a property in the city.
Seizures of hard drugs in Scotland have risen dramatically leading to calls for the Scottish Government to declare a public health emergency.
A serial car thief took off with his friend's motor and smashed it through a garden wall after a drink and drugs binge.
A 21-year-old man from Inverness has been jailed for over three years for his involvement in the supply of Class A drugs - worth £300,000 - in the Inverness area.
Drugs worth more than £800,000 have been seized by police during a month-long series of raids across the Highlands and Islands.
Police in the Highlands and Islands have seized drugs worth more than £820,000 during a four week period over January and February.
An Elgin man who stashed over £24,000 worth of cash and drugs in his bedroom was yesterday jailed for 18 months.
An Aberdeen man has been jailed for 16 months after being caught dealing heroin and cocaine worth thousands of pounds from his flat in the city.
A Moray man yesterday admitted running a drug enterprise from his parents house yesterday, after over £24,000 in cash and drugs was found in his bedroom.
An offshore worker turned drug dealer yesterday blamed the oil downturn for his spiral down into criminality.
North-east drug dealer threatened lover over plastic surgery loan after she dumped him for his cousin
A drug dealer has been jailed for threatening a married woman he was having an affair with over a loan he gave her for plastic surgery - after she dumped him for his cousin.
'Crack' cocaine and heroin with a street value of approximately £12,800 has been recovered following an intelligence-led operation at the Davidson Drive area of Aberdeen.
A teenager has admitted dealing cocaine and heroin in Aberdeen, as well as being illegally in possession of a taser.
A drugs mule who led police officers on a terrifying high speed chase through the streets of Aberdeen has been jailed for six months.
A north-east businessman has admitted being in possession of drugs.
A police tip-off led to a van carrying a drug dealer being intercepted and two men being arrested, Inverness Sheriff Court was told.
Police in Inverness have recovered a quantity of cocaine with a value of approximately £28,000 after a vehicle was stopped in the city.