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Six of scarcely dual dozen Marines incarcerated this summer on tellurian trafficking and drug-related charges have pleaded guilty during courts-martial, a 1st Marine Division pronounced Tuesday.
The 6 were among 23 Marines from Camp Pendleton in Southern California who were incarcerated in Jul on tellurian trafficking, drug placement and weapons charges.
Of a remaining 17 Marines, 13 have requested subdivision from use instead of courts-martial, Lt. Cameron Edinburgh pronounced in a press release. Their requests have been approved.
Officials are still reviewing rapist charges for a remaining 4 Marines. It is misleading what kind of judgment a 6 who pleaded guilty will face.
Nearly dual dozen Marines from a 1st Marine Division were arrested this summer on tellurian trafficking and drug-related charges.
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The 23 Marines were arrested during 3 apart incidents.
During a Battalion arrangement on Jul 25, 16 Marines were arrested on guess of tellurian trafficking-related activities and drug charges. Last month, a troops decider ruled that those arrests were wrong and a defilement of a rights of a accused.
Earlier that month, dual Camp Pendleton-based Marines were arrested and indicted of transporting bootleg immigrants for money, according to a sovereign censure performed by Fox 5. The San Diego Union-Tribune reported that those Marines, Lance Corporals Byron Darnell Law II and David Salazar-Quintero, are among a 4 who are confronting rapist charges.
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Camp Pendleton is located nearby Oceanside, about 50 miles north of San Diego.
Fox News’ Travis Fedschun and Lucas Tomlinson contributed to this report.