A MAN has been jailed after police discovered £7,000 of cannabis in his home.

Thomas Boyle returned to the dock today having pleaded guilty to being concerned in the supply of a class B drug.

He was today sentenced at Glasgow Sheriff Court to two years and 10 months in prison by Sheriff Martin Jones QC.

Boyle, 57, was in his house in the city's Lambhill when police arrived with a warrant to search the property.

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Prosecutor Chris Knightly told the court: “Two sets of digital scales and a Samsung mobile phone was recovered as well as 35 clear bags containing green herbal material.”

“Boyle was cautioned and charged.”

At the police station, the bags were tested and the substance found was identified as cannabis, with each bag containing 1085g, the total value of it was estimated at £7,000.