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Four people have been charged with drugs offences following investigations by Gloucestershire Constabulary's Force Crime Operations Team.
24-year-old Mohammed Chohan and 26-year-old Usman Chohan, both of Westminster Road in the Handsworth area of Birmingham have been charged with conspiracy to supply Crack Cocaine and Heroin.
19-year-old Ahssan Arshad of Ryland Road in the Erdington area of Birmingham and 20-year-old Haleem Ali of Naseby Road in Birmingham were also charged with conspiracy to supply Crack Cocaine and Heroin.
All four have been remanded in custody to appear at Cheltenham Magistrates' Court today (Friday 14 May).
The charges relate to warrants which were executed after intelligence was gathered about possible county lines drug dealing.