Here are the biggest court stories that have featured in the Stroud News and Journal, Gazette Series or Wilts and Glos Standard over the past few days.

Thirteen people, mainly from the Stroud and Dursley areas, have been sentenced under Operation Glamorgan for conspiracy to supply cocaine.

The group appeared at Bristol Crown Court on Friday, April 23 and received a combined sentence of 52 years following a lengthy investigation by Gloucestershire police.

FULL STORY: All the jail sentences handed out to members of Dursley and Stroud drugs gang

A man who robbed two fast food restaurants in Yate on consecutive days has been jailed for six years.

Rudi Batten, 22, of Station Road, Yate stole cash from Miss Millie's and McDonald's while carrying an imitation firearm.

FULL STORY: Yate McDonald’s robber Rudi Batten jailed

A Cirencester man has been warned he faces jail after after he admitted drug dealing and possession of indecent images.

Thomas Trickey, 21, of Cheltenham Road, Stratton, was sent to a young offenders’ institution for 20 months two years ago after he admitted burgling the Cirencester Park mansion.

FULL STORY: Man, 21, previously jailed for burgling stately home warned he could go back to custody

A Gloucestershire Post Office worker who was wrongly accused of fraud said she was "ecstatic" to clear her name.

Wendy Buffrey, who ran a Post Office branch in Up Hatherley, is one of 39 former workers whose convictions were overturned by the Court of Appeal.

The convictions were based on the flawed software system Horizon which showed shortfalls in their accounts where they did not exist.

FULL STORY: Gloucestershire Post Office worker 'ecstatic' to clear her name