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May 3, 1990
A sixth Long Beach-based sailor was charged Wednesday in a broadening drug case alleging the use and distribution of a highly addictive methamphetamine and tampering with urinalysis tests, the Navy said. Operation Spec. 2nd Class Peter Danner is accused of three counts of using crystal methamphetamines and three counts of distributing the drug both on and off the John A. Moore, a guided missile frigate that is now used as a reserve training ship with crew of 160.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 3, 1990
A sixth Long Beach-based sailor was charged Wednesday in a broadening drug case alleging the use and distribution of a highly addictive methamphetamine and tampering with urinalysis tests, the Navy said. Operation Spec. 2nd Class Peter Danner is accused of three counts of using crystal methamphetamines and three counts of distributing the drug both on and off the John A. Moore, a guided missile frigate that is now used as a reserve training ship with crew of 160.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 8, 1990 | DEAN MURPHY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Nine sailors from a Long Beach-based guided missile frigate, including the vessel's top law enforcement officer, are being investigated by the Navy for various drug related offenses, including allegedly running a drug distribution network and tampering with mandatory urinalysis tests, a Navy spokesman said Saturday. The Navy is expected to bring charges against some or all of the sailors as early as this week, according to Lt. Cmdr. Steve Chesser, a spokesman for Rear Adm.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 11, 1990
Five Long Beach sailors--one of them a law enforcement officer--were charged Tuesday with 32 drug-related offenses, including distributing drugs and tampering with urinalysis tests, the Navy announced Tuesday. The charges, filed after a seven-month investigation, included using and distributing marijuana and a crystal form of methamphetamine known as "ice." The alleged crimes took place on and off the guided missile frigate John A.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 11, 1990
Five Long Beach sailors--one of them a law enforcement officer--were charged Tuesday with 32 drug-related offenses, including distributing drugs and tampering with urinalysis tests, the Navy announced Tuesday. The charges, filed after a seven-month investigation, included using and distributing marijuana and a crystal form of methamphetamine known as "ice." The alleged crimes took place on and off the guided missile frigate John A.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 8, 1990 | DEAN MURPHY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Nine sailors from a Long Beach-based guided missile frigate, including the vessel's top law enforcement officer, are being investigated by the Navy for various drug related offenses, including allegedly running a drug distribution network and tampering with mandatory urinalysis tests, a Navy spokesman said Saturday. The Navy is expected to bring charges against some or all of the sailors as early as this week, according to Lt. Cmdr. Steve Chesser, a spokesman for Rear Adm.
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