Military Police Head in Russia's Far East Charged With Drug Possession

The head of the military police in Russia's far eastern Kamchatka region was arrested and charged with drug possession, the Interfax news agency reported Friday.

“Two packets of hashish oil were found on him. He confessed that he has been using drugs for a long time,” said the press secretary for the regional branch of the Federal Service for Drug Control (FSKN).

The military police head was arrested in February. He has not been removed from his post and is currently on vacation.

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