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Highland police found cocaine on Inverness man, court hears


By Ali Morrison

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Inverness Justice Centre. Picture: Gary Anthony.
Inverness Justice Centre. Picture: Gary Anthony.

POLICE thought an Inverness man was dealing drugs when they saw him acting suspiciously in the city’s Huntly Street on June 22.

Officers decided to search 31-year-old Alasdair Johnson, of Huntly Square, after seeing white powder on his mouth.

Inverness Sheriff Court heard that a wrap of cocaine was found in a tobacco pouch in his pocket.

He admitted possession of a controlled drug and was fined £320 by Sheriff Ian Cruickshank.

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