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A man has appeared in court this week after being charged with three counts of supplying class A drugs in Cheltenham.
Assane Simpson, 26, of no fixed abode, was arrested by police on Tuesday (16 June) as he drove along the A419.
Simpson was subsequently charged with three counts of supplying class A drugs and one of possess/control identity documents with intent.
He appeared before magistrates on Wednesday (17 June) where he was remanded to appear at Gloucester Crown Court on Tuesday 7 July.