Six Cadets Accused of Dealing Drugs

Could face court martials after allegations

Six West Point cadets were charged Nov. 10 with distributing controlled substances.

Joshua Bobo, Jaelen Gadson, Tevin Long, Christopher Monge and Jalen Swett, who are members of the Class of 2017, and Jared Rogers, a member of the Class of 2016, were charged under two articles of the Uniform Code of Military Justice.

The cadets, who could face court martials, are on administrative leave away from the academy. The next step in the process in an investigation similar to a civilian grand jury, although the defendants have the right to be present, present evidence and cross-examine witnesses. It will be conducted by a military officer at West Point.


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