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Aberdeen crack cocaine supply man Joseph Enem guilty

A man has been found guilty of being concerned in the supply of crack cocaine in Aberdeen with an estimated street value of well over £100,000.

Joseph Enem, 36, who ran the Moonlight Bar in the city's King Street, claimed DNA matching his in the knots of the packaging was "co-incidence".

A jury found him guilty at the High Court in Edinburgh.

Judge Lord Jones called for background reports and remanded Enem in custody until later this month.

The trial heard how, in June last year, undercover officers keeping watch at flats at Aberdeen's Headland Court seized 38 blocks of crack cocaine from a courier.

Examination of the drug packaging revealed traces of DNA matching Enem's.

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