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A TEENAGER caught with £166,000 of drugs - including a record haul of crack-cocaine - was jailed for three years yesterday.
Michael Singh was offered the chance to earn £400 a week in Aberdeen at a time when he was getting pocket money of £10 a week at home in Wolverhampton.
But Singh, then 17, was later caught in a police surveillance operation with detectives recovering cocaine worth £103,000, along with heroin valued at £63,000.
Grampian Police said the seizure of crack was the largest in Scotland at the time. Singh, now 18, admitted being concerned in the supply of heroin on various dates in April this year at a flat in Aberdeen.
He also admitted being concerned in the supply of cocaine at the same address.
Police were told that Singh would ferry drugs from the flat to other parts of the city by taxi. He was caught with packages in a rucksack and his pockets.
Frances Connor, defending, said Singh, was "naive even for his age" and had been excited at the prospect of earning money.