A north-east man has been warned he’s facing jail after admitting being concerned in the supply of drugs.
Jordan Nicol, 23, appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court and pled guilty to being concerned in the supply of cocaine.
The offence took place on November 17 last year at an address in Banchory.
Fiscal depute Alan Townsend told the court: “Intelligence was received that controlled drugs were being stored and dealt from the locus.”
The court heard the drugs found were worth £3,180, but had the potential to realise up to £10,480.
Nicol, whose address was given as Highfield Avenue, Banchory, will be sentenced next month.
Sheriff William Summers told him: “The likelihood is a custodial sentence will be imposed.”