Gloucestershire police cocaine find: five charged
Five people have been charged with conspiring to supply class A drugs after cocaine was found by police.
The four men and one woman from Cheltenham, Gloucester, Bristol and London will appear before magistrates in Cheltenham on Friday.
It follows a police operation on Wednesday when search warrants were carried out at locations in Cheltenham, Staverton, Bristol and London.
Hundreds of thousands of pounds of suspected cocaine was found in Bristol.
Laurence Kilby, 39, from Cheltenham; Branka Poole, 40, and Vladan Vojovic, 42, both from London, have all been charged with three counts of conspiring to supply class A drugs.
William Garnier, 30, from Cheltenham, was charged with two counts of conspiring to supply class A drugs and Timothy Taylor, 39, from Bristol, was charged with two counts of conspiring to supply class A drugs and one count of possession of a class A drug with intent to supply.
About 80 police officers were involved in the operation, which was led by Gloucestershire Police.