Drugs three get 19 years

THREE men have been jailed for a total of 19 years after detectives seized £500,000 of drugs.

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James Hardie, 45, his 21 year-old son Paul Hardie and Andrew Scouller, 60, were arrested following raids in Blackhill, Glasgow, in March last year.

A jury heard how police discovered quantities of heroin, cocaine and cannabis.

Judge Lady Rae jailed James Hardie for eight years at the High Court in Glasgow. His son was locked up for seven years while Scouller was sentenced to four years.

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