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Work order for Wick teen who had ecstasy


By Court Reporter

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A YOUNG Wick man has be ordered to carry out 50 hours of unpaid work after admitted having been in possession of ecstasy.

David Anderson (18) admitted the offence which occurred at his home in the town's Macrae Street, on March 10.

The Class A drug was said to have been for his own use, Wick Sheriff Court was told on Wednesday.



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