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KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany — The suspensions of the top leadership at the U.S. Army health clinic in Stuttgart stemmed from administrative issues, not criminal activity, an Army spokeswoman said Thursday.

Col. Joanna Reagan, commander of the Stuttgart Army Health Clinic, and Sgt. 1st Class Marcell Jones, the clinic’s noncommissioned officer in charge, both received administrative suspensions Aug. 16 for unspecified reasons, pending the outcome of an investigation.

The Army’s Europe Regional Medical Command provided a short statement earlier this week to the public affairs office of the U.S. Army Garrison at Stuttgart to clarify the suspensions, Marie Shaw, a spokeswoman for Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, wrote in an email.

“According to the statement, ‘The purpose of the investigation is to address administrative issues and does not involve allegations of problems with patient care or criminal activity,’” Shaw wrote.

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