A Kent Police officer is among a group of six men accused of money laundering connected to the supply of Class A drugs.
The men were arrested after police searched six homes across Margate, Ramsgate and Dartford on June 14.
A huge amount of Class A drugs were also found at the properties.
Earlier this week police released the names of the six men involved, but they have only now admitted one of the accused is also a Kent Police officer.
Mark Marshall, 40, of Teynham Close in Cliftonville, is assigned to East Division and is currently on suspension pending the outcome of the criminal case against him.
Marshall has been charged with money laundering offences. The other five men charged with money laundering offences are, Max Kingsley, 71 and of Lewis Crescent in Cliftonvillle, Tebin Kadir, 40 and of St Mildred’s Road in Margate, Darren Duffy, 46 and of Dumpton Park Drive in Ramsgate, Matthew Brown, 39 and of Biddenden Close in Margate and Swara ali Amin, aged 33 and of Lydia Road in Erith
Kadir and Duffy have also been charged with possession with intent to supply Class A drugs.
All six men have been bailed, and are set to appear at Hastings Magistrates Court on November 6.