Three men have appeared in court in relation to county line drug networks.
The men appeared in Bristol Magistrates Court yesterday (Friday, December 11) facing charges of being concerned in the supply of heroin and crack cocaine.
The men aged between 20 and 22 are from Kent, Watford and London.
Stephen Adetoyi, 22, of Rangefield Road, Bromley, Kent; Rhys Johnson-Charles, 20, of Ellwood Gardens, Watford, and Rickai Codner, 20, of Larkspur Road, London, all appeared in court ourt yesterday.
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The charges follow a joint investigation into a County Lines drug supply network by Avon and Somerset Police’s Op Remedy team and the Metropolitan Police.
Operation Remedy is a co-ordinated effort launched in April 2019 to improve force performance in relation to residential burglary, knife crime and the illegal supply of controlled drugs.
The charges the men face relate to offences committed between October 2019 and December this year.
All three were remanded in custody until the next hearing on Wednesday 6 January at Bristol Crown Court.