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NCIS: Drug ring’s tentacles reached at least 48 service members


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Military prosecutors sent two San Diego-based petty officers to the brig in January for using and dealing a boatload of drugs.

But while the extent of their illicit moonlighting remained unclear at the time, an internal probe obtained by Navy Times reveals “a considerable number” of active-duty sailors and Marines relied on the drug-dealing duo for cocaine, hallucinogenic mushrooms, LSD and MDMA, a mood-altering substance better known by street names Ecstasy, Ecstasy or Molly. https://www.navytimes.com/news/your-navy/2019/10/21/report-drug-rings-tentacles-reached-at-least-48-service-members/

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