TWO men have been charged with supplying drugs after a bust in Kidderminster - where weapons including a machete and 'Rambo' knife were seized.

Officers from the Integrated Offender Management Team, guided by intelligence about an alleged county lines operation, carried out a warrant at a house in Churchfields on Tuesday, November 5.

Following the raid three people were arrested, and two were charged for possession with intent to supply class A drugs.

The two appeared at Kidderminster Magistrates' Court yesterday (Thursday, November 7).

Michael Williams, aged 34 from Kidderminster, was bailed, and 21-year-old Matthew Greaves from Stoke was remanded in custody.

The third man in his 30s from Kidderminster was released under investigation.

During the raid, specially trained officers used force to enter a barricaded property at around 12.30pm.

Police recovered a large quantity of class A drugs, as well as cash, mobile phones and large bladed weapons which included a machete and 'Rambo' style knife.

Detective Constable Marc Waring said: “These charges demonstrate how hard our teams are working to disrupt and dismantle the drugs supply into our communities.

"These gangs that exploit our young and vulnerable people are being targeted by us on a daily basis and our message is clear - we will continue to aggressively pursue them and shut them down.”

The two charged men are set to appear Worcester Crown Court on December 9.