Two men admit £60,000 Aberdeen heroin charges

Arthur Ord Drugs were found in Arthur Ord's Aberdeen home earlier this year

Two men have admitted being involved in the supply of drugs after heroin with a street value of more than £60,000 was found in Aberdeen.

Police discovered the drugs during a search of 34-year-old Arthur Ord's home in February, the High Court in Edinburgh heard.

They then arrested 28-year-old accomplice Steven McDonald.

Lord Pentland deferred sentence to the High Court in Dumbarton on 26 November for background reports.

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