A 26-year-old man from Aylesbury has been charged with drug crimes.

The man, who has not been named, was charged on Thursday, May 13 after officers from the Neighbourhood team executed a warrant in the town in the morning.

During the search, a large amount of Class A, as well as Class B drugs, were located.

It was also revealed that the man was also wanted for breaching a court order.

After he was apprehended, Thames Valley Police have charged the man with the following:

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• Possession with intent to supply class A - cocaine

• Possession of class B - Cannabis

• Breach of a court order

What TVP Aylesbury Vale said

🚨Charged🚨 Yesterday (13/05) The Agility team charged a 26 year old male from Aylesbury with drug supply...

Posted by TVP Aylesbury Vale on Friday, 14 May 2021

He has been remanded in custody and appear in court on Friday, May 14.

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In a brief post, TVP Aylesbury Vale said: “The Agility team have been in hiatus recently whilst covering other local issues, but with a new team member will be getting back to our old tricks! #AgilityTeamReassemble.”