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After Huge Drug Bust, Army Base Goes Into Lockdown!

A huge controversy is going down at Fort Stewart, Georgia.

On Tuesday, the base was placed under lockdown and several soldiers were arrested because authorities believe that they either have in the past or are currently selling, possessing, or using cocaine, Popular Military reported.

The investigation is continuing, but Popular Military reports that it had been told by a source there could be as many as 64 soldiers from the “3-15 Infantry Battalion and the 1-30 Infantry Batallion” involved in the affair.

It wasn’t clear how many had been arrested, but Popular Military said its source had reported that the drug ring’s leader had ties to a known drug cartel.

One of those arrested on drug trafficking charges was Pfc. Mario Figueroa, 22, according to Popular Military.

The Associated Press reported via the Army Times that several of the soldiers from the Tuesday apprehensions had been cleared of wrongdoing.

Maj. Gen. James Rainey, senior commander of Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield issued a short statement to the media, but it seemed as if he wanted to be rather tight-lipped on the subject, at least for the moment.

“We dedicate resources and work closely with our local law enforcement partners to identify and suppress illegal drug use in our ranks,” he said according to WSAV. “We take this seriously, and we will continue to do everything we can to ensure our Army and communities are drug free.”

“There are over 25,000 men and women serving in the Army at Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield who selflessly defend our country every day,” the general continued. “This incident does not diminish their hard work and sacrifices.”

Hopefully, this incident will be resolved quickly.