Admitting to not going in search of the original thread where this multi-mid case was discussed initially, here is the latest this week. Investigations look like they are complete, and case disposition is occurring: http://www.capitalgazette.com/sns-bc-us--naval-academy-drug-investigation-20180724-story.html http://www.capitalgazette.com/news/...cle-32-drug-investigation-20180724-story.html http://www.capitalgazette.com/sns-bc-us--naval-academy-drug-investigation-20180725-story.html Too bad there is not a test for bad eggs with a criminal bent. These mids/former mids no doubt got good grades and test scores, did well on the CFA, were impressive in interviews, garnered noms and recommendations, wrote powerful essays, are undeniably smart and demonstrated leaders, are beloved by family, friends, coaches, teachers - yet they knowingly engaged in criminal enterprise, investing all that potential in the wrong direction. I always wonder at what point the decision was made to set foot on that slippery slope. You don’t do this scale of activity by accident or impulse.