Charlie Kray, brother of notorious gangster twins Ronnie and Reggie, was yesterday charged with conspiring to supply 520 kilograms of cocaine worth GBP78 million (HK$939.12 million). The dramatic arrest of a figure last linked to serious crime in the 1960s came after police carried out a series of raids on 64 addresses in London during which drugs, stolen goods and imitation firearms were seized. It was the culmination of a three-month police operation watching several addresses in the area. Kray and two others were also charged with conspiracy to supply 1,000 Ecstasy tablets valued at GBP20,000. Twins Reggie, 62, and Ronnie, who died last year in Broadmoor high security hospital, were sentenced to a minimum 30 years in 1969 for the murder of gangland figure Jack 'The Hat' McVitie. Ronnie was also convicted of murdering George Cornell. Charlie Kray was convicted of being an accessory to the murder at the time. Now aged 70, but still sporting long wavy hair and sharp suits, Kray remains a well-known figure in East London. Kray - who also has a home on Spain's Costa del Sol - was arrested at a house in Crystal Palace, south London. His girlfriend, a middle-aged blonde, visited him in prison and was driven away in a BMW car accompanied by business associates.