T in the Park 'Dr Death' drug charge

A 23-YEAR-OLD man appeared in court in connection with a charge of peddling a notorious drug known as Dr Death at T in the Park.

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Craig Fisher appeared in private on a petition alleging he had the drug methoxyamphetamine with intent to supply it at the music festival at Balado, by Kinross, on July 11.

Fisher, of Weston Avenue, Ayr, also faces two further charges relating to having ecstasy and cocaine with intent to supply. He made no plea or declaration during the brief appearance at Perth Sheriff Court and was freed on bail.

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