A drug dealer kept ‘dirty money’ and a £2000 designer watch hidden inside a wellington boot.
Michael O’Neill, 30, was caught by officers with more than 500g of cocaine in his car last October.
A search of his home uncovered a further £6910 in cash kept in a cupboard and attic.
On Thursday, O’Neill pleaded guilty at Glasgow Sheriff Court to supplying cocaine aggravated by a connection with serious organised crime.
The court heard officers stopped O’Neill’s Renault Megane on Richmond Place in East Kilbride,
The vehicle was searched and two mobile phones, a big containing a white substance and a bag containing a block were recovered.
The dad-of-one was arrested and a further search of his home at Craigneith Court, East Kilbride, was carried out.
Officers found two envelopes and two shoe boxes containing cash as well as scales in a cupboard.
Prosecutor Mark Allan added: “An envelope containing cash was also in two wellington boots as was a Tag Carrera watch and paperwork.”
A mixing bowl with traces of white powder, freezer bags and a silver spoon containing white powder were also found in the attic.
One of the bags seized was found to be 13.6g of cocaine while the other contained 488g of the drug.
Mr Allan added: “The value of the drugs in total is somewhere between £10,000 to £20,000.
O’Neill, now of Cambuslang, was remanded in custody pending sentencing next month.