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Cocaine crook gets two years jail term

A DRUG dealer was sent to prison for two years when he appeared for sentencing from custody at Campbeltown Sheriff Court.

John Henry MacLeod, 31, of 52 Smith Drive, Campbeltown first appeared on petition at the court on June 14 this year, the day after police raided his home and found 58.9 grams of cocaine worth between £3,500 and £4,700 on the street.

On August 31, facing a charge on indictment, for being concerned in the supply of a class A drug, Macleod pleaded guilty by letter.

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