The police officers accused of helping to land a drug plane on the Southern Highway last year, PC Manuel Caliz and Cpl. Elmer Nah, will not be facing any disciplinary charges. Today, the cops appeare before a police tribunal and were found not guilty of “Failure to Obey Lawful Order” and were cleared by the department of any wrongdoings. Love News understands that the 139 rounds of .223 police-issued ammunition found in Nah’s vehicle were claimed by another police officer. That cop is Corporal Richard Arnold, who was called as a witness to the tribunal by Nah’s attorney Leeroy Banner. Arnold reportedly told the tribunal that the bullets were signed out by him and claimed responsibility for the ammunition. Notably, at the time when Nah was found with the ammunition he was on leave and claimed that he had just left a family function and was heading home. The cops were also criminally charged for their alleged involvement and will return to court to answer for those charges.