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Cocaine dealer had infant in his car on Aberdeenshire drugs run

A cocaine dealer was caught on a drugs run with his infant daughter in the car, a court has heard.

Steven Gribble, 32, of Aberdeen, dumped cocaine worth thousands of pounds after being signalled to stop by police north of Turriff.

It happened just weeks after he was freed on bail on drugs charges.

Gribble admitted being concerned in the supply of drugs between June and August last year, and also in October.

Judge Lord Brailsford deferred sentence at the High Court in Edinburgh until next month and remanded Gribble in custody.

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