Okinawa Police arrest four on narcotics charges
Okinawa Prefectural Police Organized Crime Control Division arrested four persons on May 31st, including two civilian employees of U.S. military, on suspicion of violating the stimulant control law and the Narcotic and Cannabis Control Law.
According to Prefectural Police, 51-year-old Milton King II, a civilian vendor working on Camp Foster and a 31-year-old wife of an U.S. serviceman, Anamin Anthor Miyagi, were arrested on suspicion of importing, possession and use of narcotics. 23-year-old Kentrell Brevon Key, a civilian vendor working on KAB and 24-year-old Jeff Robertson, from Okinawa City, were arrested on suspicion of violating the Cannabis Control Law.
Investigators say that all four are acquainted with each other. They suspect that King imported 28 grams of narcotics from overseas by express mail on Mar. 29 in conspiracy with Miyagi, and both then used some of them on Apr. 4th. Key and Robertson are suspected of possessing cannabis after getting the pot through international express mail.
All have reportedly admitted to the charges and indicted by Naha Prosecutors Office.