Two Aberdeen women who were caught with drugs worth £175,000 during a police raid have each been jailed for three years.
Officers got into Hannah Alexander’s flat armed with a search warrant and found drugs on open display.
Her co-accused Kelly McNabb told police she had thrown more drugs out of a window.
A judge told the pair at the High Court in Edinburgh a “significant amount” of both heroin and cannabis were involved.
Lord Beckett said the Crown did not dispute that they were effectively being used by someone else at the time of the offences.
They admitted being concerned in the supply of heroin and cannabis on July 29 last year at the flat in Aberdeen’s Provost Graham Avenue.
The court heard police were granted a search warrant and found nearly half a kilo of heroin. They also recovered 15 bags of cannabis.
The heroin had a maximum street value of £157,000 and the cannabis had the potential to realise £18,000.
McNabb, 26, and Alexander, 24, left fingerprints and DNA on packaging containing drugs.