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Birmingham father living in Inverness admits drugs charges at city flat


By Ali Morrison

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Inverness Sheriff Court.
Inverness Sheriff Court.

Police carried out a drugs search at an Inverness property and arrested three people including a young Birmingham father.

The raid in Brown Street recovered phones, cash totalling £323 and crack cocaine and heroin with a street value of £570 from 22-year-old Kain Trowers.

Fiscal depute Robert Weir said police had to force entry and found three people inside, including Trowers, of Clayton Walk, Birmingham.

He appeared at Inverness Sheriff Court and pleaded guilty to being concerned in the supply of the two Class A drugs on November 11, 2021.

Defence solicitor Marc Dickson said his client was a father of one child with another on the way and asked for a background report to be prepared.

Sheriff Eilidh Macdonald agreed, commenting: "He looks like a young man being used by others."

Trowers returns to be sentenced on January 15 and his bail was continued.


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