A TEENAGER was caught with a drugs haul and a taser after he crashed into a wall in front of police officers.

First offender Saem Yasin was caught with £465 of cannabis in Pollokshields on April 17, 2020.

The 19-year-old had initially been spotted by the officers driving over the 30mph speed limit.

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Yasin swerved into a wall which led to the search and the discovery of the drugs and the weapon disguised as a USB device.

Yasin was found with a further £150 of cannabis in the city's Queen’s Park two months later.

He pleaded guilty on Thursday at Glasgow Sheriff Court to careless driving, possession of cannabis and possession of a taser without authority.

The court heard officers decided to stop Yasin’s Vauxhall Corsa in relation to another matter and activated their blue lights and siren.

Prosecutor John Bedford said: “Yasin was driving in excess of the 30mph speed limit.

“He turned a corner and swerved to avoid an oncoming vehicle which caused him to mount the kerb and strike a wall.”

Officers smelled cannabis from the vehicle and they recovered 44.69 grams from inside the car.

Mr Bedford added: “There were also scales, grinders, a buyer’s list and £75 in his wallet as well as a £20 note in a clear bag.

“While being searched, Yasin said he was in possession of a taser which was located in his jacket pocket.

“It was examined and found to emit audible and visible sparks occurring between electrodes when activated.”

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The court was told Yasin was stopped by police last June after a strong smell of cannabis was detected.

A search recovered 14.05 grams cannabis in Yasin’s clothing and in a sports bag.

Sentence was deferred until next month for background reports by Sheriff Tom Hughes who bailed Yasin, of Pollokshields, meantime.