A KILMARNOCK woman has pleaded guilty to two drugs charges after police discovered thousands of pounds worth of heroin in her home.

Gillian Stewart admitted charges of being concerned in the supply of heroin - or diamorphine, to give the drug its chemical name - and being in possession of cannabis.

Kilmarnock Sheriff Court heard how police officers executed a search warrant at the 47-year-old's home in the town's Springhill Place at around 9.30amon November 4, 2022.

Entry was forced and officers found Stewart with two other individuals. She was found in possession of two bags of diamorphine and £90 in cash.

In the course of the search, police found more bags of diamorphine, one bag of cannabis, scales, a notebook with drug-related notations, and more cash throughout the property.

In total, 118.9 grams of diamorphine was seized, with the court hearing that that quantity of the class A drug had an estimated street value of £4,100.

Sentencing was deferred for reports and Stewart's bail was continued. She will return to court at a later date.