Trevor Reed Arrives In San Antonio After Released From Russian Prison

Former U.S. Marine Trevor Reed is back home in the United States after being freed from custody in Russia.

Reed arrived back in the United States, landing at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland.

Reed's mother tweeted early today that it was a very exciting day for the whole family. President Biden announced the release as part of a prisoner swap with Moscow. Reed was arrested in 2019 and sentenced to nine years after Russia said he assaulted a police officer after a night of heavy drinking. He was exchanged for Konstantin Yaroshenko, a Russian pilot arrested in 2010 who was serving 20 years for conspiracy to smuggle cocaine into the U.S.


Russian police officers escort US ex-marine Trevor Reed, charged with attacking police, into a courtroom prior to a hearing in Moscow on March 11, 2020. Photo: Getty Images

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