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Buckie woman admits £130,000 drugs supply charge

A woman has admitted being caught with drugs estimated to have a street value of more than £130,000 in a Moray town.

Lynda Murray, 45, allowed her Archibald Grove home in Buckie to be used to store cocaine, amphetamine and mephadrone under floorboards last year.

It was found after police raided her home with a sniffer dog.

Murray will be sentenced for being concerned in the supply of drugs next month, once a background report is compiled.

Judge Lord Tyre told her at the High Court in Edinburgh: "This is a case where I will have to consider the imposition of imprisonment as a sentence."

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