A CROSSHILL woman has admitted being involved in heroin -dealing from her home.

Kayleigh Webster, 29, of Castle Avenue, appeared at Dunfermline Sheriff Court.

She admitted that on April 25 last year, she was concerned in the supply of diamorphine.

Depute fiscal Sarah Lumsden said police had been given information and were granted a warrant to search Webster’s home.

During the search, heroin was found with a street value of between £1,800 and £3,150. There was also £985 in cash found in the house.

After being arrested, Webster gave a ‘no comment’ interview to police.

Defence solicitor Gordon Martin said his client’s partner had been jailed for drug offences in April.

“She was left with drugs belonging to him. She was safeguarding them. She’s had a difficulty with drug misuse, certainly in the past,” he added.

Sheriff Charles MacNair called for reports, bail was continued and Webster will be sentenced on March 12.