A Bromley teen has been charged with "county line" drug dealing in a seaside town.

Ange Gode, 19, of Flimwell Close was arrested in a property in Folkestone town on Friday, as police responded to reports of drug dealing in the area.

A warrant was carried out at an address on The Parade under the Misuse of Drugs Act, and wraps of crack cocaine and heroin were seized, along with a quantity of cash and hunting knife.

Four people were arrested, two of which were later released without charge.

Mr Gode was charged with two counts of possessing Class A drugs with intent to supply, possession of cannabis, and possession of criminal property.

He appeared at Medway Magistrates’ Court on the same day and was remanded in custody to appear at Canterbury Crown Court on May 4.

Another 19-year-old man from London, arrested on suspicion of possessing cocaine with intent to supply, was released on bail until May 1 pending further enquiries.

Sergeant Greg Pochin of Folkestone CPT said: "We continue to respond robustly to reports of county line drug supply across the district, proactively disrupting their criminal activity and bringing offenders to justice.

"If you think you have seen suspicious activity in your street, perhaps a property has lots of visitors at all times of the day for example, we urge people to report it to police on 101 (999 if a crime is in progress), or via the Kent Police website."