A convicted drug trafficker who was freed early from jail was sent back to prison for seven years on Monday after he was caught with cocaine worth nearly £10,000 on the streets.
Concern has been raised about the impact cocaine is having in Fife after the number of deaths linked to the class A substance soared last year.
A grandfather who threw a frying pan of cocaine into a sink when police raided his drugs factory was jailed for three years on Wednesday.
A former heroin trafficker has today been jailed for four-and-a-half years after he was caught with cocaine worth £1,750 on the streets of Fife.
Drugs worth £1.5 million have been seized by police after a raid at an industrial estate in Glasgow.
A man caught with cocaine around his nostrils tried to escape punishment by telling officers the drug was not his.
Michael Gove is facing calls to pull out of the Tory leadership race after admitting taking cocaine.
Tory leadership hopeful Michael Gove said he was lucky to have avoided going to prison for cocaine use but denied allegations of hypocrisy for criticising “middle-class professionals” who took drugs and wanted them to be legalised.
Tory leadership hopeful Michael Gove criticised “middle-class professionals” who took drugs and wanted them to be legalised in a 1999 column for The Times newspaper, it has emerged.
A joiner who was running a drugs factory threw a frying pan full of cocaine into a sink to try and hide it when police raided his home.