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Highland man admits intention to supply drugs after cocaine worth more than £6k found in his home

By Ali Morrison

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Inverness Justice Centre.
Inverness Justice Centre.

An Inverness man who had more than £6000 worth of cocaine in his home will learn his fate later this month.

Inverness Sheriff Court was told Ryan Taylor’s property in King Duncan’s Road was searched by police officers on June 3 last year.

Inside they found nine wraps, each weighing 14 grams, with a maximum street value of around £6300.

The court heard that the 25-year-old made full admissions to police officers that the drugs were his.

He admitted possession with intent to supply.

Defence solicitor Graham Mann said: "It was a short-lived involvement and misguided.

"He has taken steps to stay away from drugs.

"His partner had no involvement."

The first offender will reappear for sentence on February 25 after a background report has been prepared.

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