A current West Point cadet and a former Army football player is accused of selling drugs at the U.S. Military Academy.

On Wednesday, Ammon Tuimaunei was charged with five violations for possessing and selling cocaine and Oxycodone and two violations for conspiracy with intent to distribute cocaine and Oxycodone.

Tuimaunei was a defensive lineman for Army football in 2013. He was scheduled to graduate this spring. He is still listed as an active cadet, pending a hearing.

In November, six cadets were charged with similar offenses.

On February 14, U.S. Military Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. Robert L. Caslen, Jr., referred two of the six cadets to a general courts-martial. Christopher Monge and Tevin Long are on administrative leave pending arraignment, officials say.

Both face charges for conspiracy to distribute controlled substances and wrongful use, introduction and distribution of cocaine, oxycodone, oxymorphone and alprazolam. A trial date has not been set.

The four other cadets remain on administrative leave and are awaiting a decision from the superintendent on further proceedings.

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