Three males, together with one from Lancashire, have been charged in relation to a £10m cocaine and heroin conspiracy.
The males had been arrested and medicine seized as a part of an operation by the Organised Crime Partnership – a staff of officers from the National Crime Agency and Metropolitan Police Service.
During the operation, officers seized 109kg of cocaine and 15kg of heroin after raiding an industrial unit in Enfield, North London, on April 27.
The medicine had a avenue worth of £10,220,000.
The accused have been charged with conspiracy to provide Class A medicine and remanded to seem at Wood Green Crown Court on May 17.
They are: Antonio Monobianco, 42, of Wanstead, east London previously Enfield, north London; Levi Howarth, 25, of Barnsley, South Yorkshire previously Wakefield, West Yorkshire, and David Owens, 61, of Preston, previously of Aintree, Liverpool.
Seven different males arrested in the identical operation have been launched underneath investigation.