Introduction of a Methamphetamine onto a Military Installation , Possession of a Methamphetamine with Intent to Distribute , Distribution of Methamphetamine | Case Result

September 2020


Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii


  • Navy

  • E-6


  • Introduction of a Methamphetamine onto a Military Installation.
  • Possession of a Methamphetamine with Intent to Distribute.
  • Distribution of Methamphetamine.


No Court Martial Charges in Meth importation and distribution case.

A Navy Petty Officer Second Class was investigated by both NCIS and the DEA for allegedly importing narcotics into a military installation, possession of methamphetamine, and distributing approximately 910 grams of meth.  Attorney Tim Bilecki was immediately retained after the investigation began and our law firm put together a team to ensure our client was not sent to prison for an extended sentence. 


Remarkably, after a yearlong investigation, Mr. Bilecki was able to have the case disposed through a pre-preferral agreement in which the matter was handled at NJP instead of a court martial with the provision that our client would be administratively separated from the military.

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