Cadet sentenced for drug dealing

Tevin Long was dismissed from the U.S. Army and sentenced to 30 days confinement for selling prescription painkillers and anti-anxiety drugs at the military academy.

Tevin Long was dismissed from the U.S. Army and sentenced to 30 days confinement for selling prescription painkillers and anti-anxiety drugs at the military academy. (4/11/17)

WEST POINT - A West Point cadet has been convicted of dealing prescription drugs.

Tevin Long, a Texas native and former member of the Army football team, was dismissed from the U.S. Army and sentenced to 30 days confinement.

During Long's court martial proceedings, officials say he sold prescription painkillers and anti-anxiety drugs at the military academy.

Six other cadets are also facing charges in the investigation.

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