US soldiers face South Korea drug probe after police raid army bases

South Korean police display items seized during the raids. Seoul, South Korea CNN —

South Korean police have arrested two people and questioned more than a dozen American soldiers on suspicion of smuggling and distributing synthetic cannabis after raiding two US army bases.

The raids, which took place in May, were reported by the Pyeongtaek police department in a news release on Wednesday.Police said they carried out search and seizure operations at Camp Humphreys, south of Seoul – the largest US military installation outside of the United States – and Camp Casey north of the capital, after receiving intelligence from […]

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