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Gillingham man due in court for possession of cannabis and threats to kill in Rochester

By Rachel Dixon

A man has been charged after threats to kill were made.

Police arrested James Gibson on October 17 in Rochester on suspicion of sending a threatening message to a man.

A quantity of cannabis was also located near the scene.

A man has been charged after threatening messages were sent. Stock image (4910421)
A man has been charged after threatening messages were sent. Stock image (4910421)

The 21 year-old of Crosley Road in Gillingham is said to have sent the messages which also contained images of gun on October 13.

He has been charged with making threats to kill and for possession of cannabis.

Gibson is due to appear at Medway Magistrates' Court today.

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