An Aberdeen man was found to have drugs worth more than £100 after being stopped by police.
Paul Clayton, 40, admitted being in possession of heroin and cocaine on December 22 last year at Fraser Place in Aberdeen.
He was not present when the case was called in court.
The court was told the offence took place at around 9.20pm and that police “had cause” to search him while the vehicle he was in had been stopped.
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He was found to have two wraps of heroin worth £130 and two wraps of crack cocaine valued at £50.
Sentence was deferred until later this month for Clayton, whose address was given in court as Hazlehead Terrace, Aberdeen, to appear in person.