A Maine resident has become the latest cadet kicked out of the U.S. Military Academy for drug violations. West Point officials say Bradley Simms of Hampden pleaded guilty Thursday to several charges, including five counts of wrongful use of marijuana and cocaine and distribution of prescription drugs. He was also found guilty of failing to obey orders, dereliction of duty and theft. He was kicked out of the military and given a 20 month prison term. Simms was the latest in a string of cadets snared in drug-related cases. According to West Point officials, six cadets since November have been charged with narcotics violations.