Five more men have been charged with drugs offences as part of a major city-wide police crackdown.
Operation Wolverhampton No Deal has seen dozens of people charged and arrested following raids involving hundreds of officers across the city.
The latest round of raids took place yesterday and brought the total number of arrests up to 54, while 34 have been charged.
Police announced today that labourer Lloyd Morgan, aged 42, from Hart Road, Wednesfield, had been charged with supplying heroin.
Franklyn Duberry, 46, from Rudge Avenue, Wolverhampton, was charged with supplying crack cocaine and heroin.
Meanwhile, Delroy Wilson, 40, from Bridgnorth Road, Compton, was charged with supplying crack cocaine, and Alexander Jackson, 27, from Hart Road, Wednesfield, was charged with supplying heroin, crack cocaine and cannabis.
A 17-year-old male from Wednesfield was also charged with conspiracy to supply cannabis and possession of cannabis.
All five men were appearing at Birmingham Magistrates’ Court today.
Detective Chief Inspector Paul Drover, who is leading the operation, said: “Drugs can have a huge impact on our local communities and residents are affected not only by the drug dealing and use itself but also by the associated disorder and anti-social behaviour that often occurs.
“We are continuing to work with partners in Wolverhampton who are talking to drug users and offering them help to kick their habits and to turn their lives around once and for all.”