Aberdeen drug dealer to pay £50,000 of crime proceeds


A former Aberdeen security firm manager who led a double life as a drug dealer has been ordered to hand over £50,000 of crime profits.

Former training manager Alan Hastings was jailed for 44 months last year after he admitted being concerned in the supply of cocaine.

The Crown raised proceedings against Hastings to recover any proceeds of crime.

Lord Drummond Young made the payment order at the High Court in Edinburgh.

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