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Thursday 16 November 2017, 10:11 AM

Four men are due to appear in court today, Thursday 16 November, after being charged with drug related offences in connection with an investigation into an ongoing drug feud in Gloucester.

Tyriq Watkiss, 19 and of Caxton Street, Derby has been charged with:
- possess with intent to supply a class A drug (crack cocaine)
- conspire to supply a class A drug (crack cocaine)
- possession of a knife in a public place

Isaiah Hanson-Frost, 21 and of Millbrook Street, Gloucester, and Ephanyl Gibbons, 31 and of Witney Close in Derby, have both been charged with:
- possess with intent to supply a class A drug (crack cocaine) 
- conspire to supply a class A drug (crack cocaine)

All of the charges above relate to the stop and search of a vehicle in Nottingham on Sunday 12 November. The stop was made because the vehicle was linked to the Chase Lane Industrial estate stabbing and discharge of a firearm.

Jivan Bryan-Munro, 25 and of Furlong Road, Gloucester has been charged with:
- possess with intent to supply to supply a class A drug (crack cocaine)
- posses a class B drug (cannabis)
- acquire/use/possess criminal property 

All of Bryan-Munro's charges relate to 13/14 August and St Aldate Steet, Gloucester.

They are due to appear at Cheltenham Magistrates' Court today, Thursday 16 November.

Ten men remain on police bail with restrictions having been arrested in connection with an incident where a firearm was discharged on Sunday 12 November. One man has been released under investigation.