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Drug dealer had thousands of pills hidden at partner’s home

AN OBAN drug dealer was jailed for 10 months last week after police found nearly 3,000 diazepam-style tablets hidden in his girlfriend’s home.

During the case at Oban Sheriff Court, a police witness said the west coast of Scotland ‘was awash’ with the drug and its variants.

Stephen Kelly initally denied being concerned in the supply of the tablets, which he believed to contain diazepam, and attempting to supply them to others. Part way through his trial at Oban Sheriff Court last week he changed his plea to guilty. The 52-year-old also admitted possession of heroin.

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