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Fight teenager Trebilcock had heroin worth £127,000

A teenager arrested after getting involved in a fight at an Aberdeen nightclub was carrying heroin worth more than £100,000, a court has heard.

Terri Ann Trebilcock, 19, of Kent, was detained after getting into trouble at Liquid in February.

She was asked to empty her handbag, and police found heroin with a maximum street value of £127,160.

Trebilcock admitted being concerned in the supply of heroin. Sentence at the High Court in Edinburgh was deferred.

Courier role

Advocate depute Stephen O'Rourke told the court how Trebilcock, of Longfield, had 374 knotted packages of heroin.

He added: "The crown accepts that the accused's involvement in the supply of drugs was limited to acting as a courier."

A not guilty plea to a charge alleging she assaulted Laure Cecile Raymonde Vanhootegem at Liquid by throwing the contents of a glass over her head and then striking her with the tumbler to her severe injury was accepted.

Judge Lord Tyre deferred sentence on Trebilcock to a hearing at the High Court in Glasgow in February.

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