A man has been jailed for drugs offences committed in the Cumbernauld area.
Ian George Glatley, 47, has been sentenced to twelve months’ imprisonment after being caught with a supply of class A and B drugs. He was arrested on August 5 last year after officers searched his car and found cocaine and cannabis worth around £15,000.
He pled guilty at last month and was sentenced at Airdrie Sheriff Court on Tuesday, March 21.
Detective Inspector Graeme Naysmith said: “Ian George Glately was caught transporting a significant quantity of drugs which undoubtedly were intended for distribution within our communities. “I hope this outcome sends a clear message to others concerned in the supply of controlled drugs that our officers will do everything they can to disrupt their criminal activities and bring them to justice.
“Anyone with information about drugs activity in their area is asked to call their local police station via 101. Alternatively Crimestoppers can be contacted on 0800 555 111 where details can be given in confidence.”