Three people have been charged with conspiracy to supply Class-A drugs following a police raid in Swansea Valley.
Two people were arrested when authorities searched a home in Pontardaway last week, and a third stopped a vehicle that had crashed into the intersection.
South Wales police said they seized about $ 100,000 worth of Class-A drugs during the operation.
Three people, including one from Birmingham, have now been charged in connection with the incident.
The attack took place on Thursday, June 11, at a house on James Street in Pontardaway.
Shortly afterwards, a car attached to the property was parked on Park Street in Yinestaway, four miles from the valley.
A South Wales police spokesman said: “Three people have been charged after taking drugs off our streets, worth $ 100,000.”
“A 42-year-old woman from Pondardaway, and a 37-year-old man who has no permanent residence, have been charged with conspiracy to supply Class A drugs, and criminal possession.
She said the police are asking anyone with information about the drug deal in their local community to come forward.