A man who was found with cannabis and more than £1,300 in cash in his car has been jailed for 16 months.
Two people have been charged after £2,000 worth of controlled drugs were recovered in Aberdeenshire.
A teenager who was banned from entering Scotland has been ordered to carry out unpaid work after being found in Moray by police.
Police searched for a dangerous driver for hours along a 100-mile stretch of one of Scotland’s busiest roads.
A Moray mother-of-two who was caught with drugs worth more than £300,000 became involved in the illegal trade after criminals threatened to harm her children, a court has heard.
A drug dealer has been ordered to carry out unpaid work after his bid to flood an island community with cannabis was thwarted by police.
Kevin Ricky McGarvey, of Cuminestown, appeared in private at Peterhead Sheriff Court on a petition alleging two charges relating to the production and supply of controlled drugs. The 30-year-old made no plea and was committed for further examination and granted bail. He will make a second appearance at court next week.
An Inverness man took cannabis to help him cope with acute back pain.
The Home Office has insisted it has “no plans” to decriminalise the possession of drugs – despite a second Westminster committee now calling for this.
Three people have been charged after drugs worth £2,000 were recovered in Banchory.
New plans have been forged to tackle spiralling levels of drug and alcohol deaths in the north-east by treating addicts "before it is too late".
Five men have been arrested in Shetland after a police operation targeting drugs.
Crime lords attempting to flood the north-east’s super-jail with drugs are being blocked by pioneering technology - and the expertise of a north-east scientist.
Police in Aberdeen have charged a 33-year-old man after cannabis with an estimated street value of £7,000 was recovered at the city's train station.
A whistleblower has offered a startling insight how north-east prisoners are getting their hands on illegal drugs, branding it an “epidemic” behind bars.
Peterhead prison officers seize more suspected drugs deliveries in last four months than all of last year
The number of packages north-east prison guards have seized on suspicion of drugs has soared in a matter of months, according to new figures.
Police in Moray have commenced a week-long operation to tackle the distribution of illegal drugs in the area.
The SNP has unanimously backed a call for control over drugs laws to be devolved to Scotland, to allow for the “decriminalisation of possession and consumption of controlled drugs”.
Police arrested three men after early morning raids in a crackdown on drug dealing in Aberdeen.
Police have charged three men in relation to drug-related offences in the Rosemount area of the city this morning.
Six members of a gang caught with £600,000 of cocaine, heroin and Class C pills who planned to flood Inverness with drugs were yesterday jailed for a total of 25 years.
A charity whose sniffer dogs foiled attempts to smuggle £70,000 of drugs into Shetland are appealing to the justice secretary for cash to keep their operation going.
Few people can take their pet to work with them, but Kevin Moar does exactly that.
A crackdown on gangsters using vulnerable people to store and move drugs in Aberdeen has been “particularly successful” this year, the region’s top police officer has said.
A drugs mule has been jailed for two years for transporting heroin and cocaine worth almost £50,000.
A record number of people took Class A drugs in the last year amid a rise in the use of cocaine and ecstasy, according to official figures.
Drug-related deaths in Wales are at their highest levels on record, according to a new report.
A teenage boy has been charged after Class A and B drugs were recovered in Aberdeenshire.
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.
Police in Aberdeen have been unable to deliver on a promise to tackle the city's drug problems because the Queen has been at Balmoral Castle, it has emerged.
A mother who lost her son to heroin 18 years ago has hosted a poignant memorial service for families affected by drug overdoses in Aberdeen.
Two men have been charged after a yacht carrying cocaine with a street value of approximately £60 million was seized off the Welsh coast.