Police found thousands of pounds worth of class A drugs in a north-east man’s designer jacket, a court has heard.
Officers were called to Dylan Pell’s home in Inchmarlo in November last year after acting on a tip off.
The case called at Aberdeen Sheriff Court yesterday but Pell, 20, of Queen’s Court, Inchmarlo was not in attendance. He pled guilty by letter.
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Fiscal depute Anna Chisholm said the police carried out a search of the property after concerns were raised and they found more than £3,000 worth of drugs inside clothing.
She said: “Police received intelligence he was supplying drugs.
“A warrant was executed a systematic search and found a black Armani jacket.
“Three wraps of cocaine and 36 ecstasy tablets were found in the inside pocket of the jacket.
“They were worth £3,260.
“He was arrested and told the police ‘all the drugs are mine.’”
Sheriff Napier deferred sentence until August 24 for a social work report, a restriction of liberty order assessment and for Pell to make a personal appearance.