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Six men charged with drug cultivation following raid on 'significant' Gloucester cannabis farm

Six men were due to appear before Chetlenham Magistrates today charged with drug offences after a raid at a house in Spa Road in Gloucester last week.

Police responded to reports of a strong smell of the drug coming from the residence and raided the address, finding what a "significant quantity" of cannabis plants.

Six men were arrested on suspicion of drug cultivation and following an investigation by Gloucestershire Constabulary CID, all six have been charged.

The six men: Xhuljano Bircaj, 28; Glen Rami, 28; Ervin Bajraktari, 31; Andi Sela, 31; Besmir Bajraktari, 32; and Enea Sela, 24, were all remanded in custody over the weekend.

They were scheduled to appear at Cheltenham Magistrates Court on Monday over being concerned with the production of a controlled drug.

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