Ten people have pleaded guilty to drugs offences after they were arrested following a series of police raids on February 28.
Kent Police brought 21 people to court after a three-month investigation by the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate. A total of 26 people were arrested.
In court, ten defendants pleaded guilty to drug supply offences, ten did not enter a plea and one pleaded not guilty.
Two men were released without charge; two more were both bailed pending further enquiries and one man received a caution for the cultivation of cannabis.
A further 11 arrests have been made as part of a continued crackdown on drugs by Kent Police.
Kent Police have carried out a series of early morning raids to smash a drug dealing ring.
Twenty-two people have been arrested as part of a crackdown on drugs by Kent Police.