Glasgow & West Scotland

Gary Corkindale and Mark Doleman jailed over drug finds

A former paralegal has been jailed for three years and two months after being caught with drugs worth about £140,000.

Gary Corkindale, 35, was caught with cannabis, amphetamine and cocaine after police raided a flat in Glasgow's Bridgeton area in January last year.

He admitted to charges of being concerned in the supply of the drugs.

Co-accused Mark Doleman, 36, was jailed for two years and four months after he admitted being concerned in the supply of amphetamine.

He was also caught with a stun gun after police raided a flat in the city's Dennistoun area.

The High Court in Glasgow heard that Corkindale, of Bishopbriggs, East Dunbartonshire, was latterly a co-owner of a cleaning company.

He was previously a paralegal for an un-named law firm.

Jailing Corkindale, judge Lord Burns told him: "Your work record is a good one. You have been in a privileged position in the past and would have been well aware of the serious nature of these offences."

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