A 7th Special Forces Group soldier is facing two counts of conspiracy to traffic cocaine following his August arrest, according to court documents.

Master Sgt. Daniel Gould pleaded not guilty to the charges in September and is scheduled for a Nov. 13 trial, according to Northern Florida’s district court.

“Daniel J. Gould did knowingly and willfully combine, conspire, confederate, and agree with other persons to distribute a controlled substance,” according to the indictment, between Jan. 1 and Aug. 13.

Members of the Chilean navy special operations forces and 7th Special Forces Group clear a building during Emerald Warrior. A 7th SFG soldier is facing cocaine trafficking charges. (Staff Sgt. Kenneth W. Norman/Air Force)
Members of the Chilean navy special operations forces and 7th Special Forces Group clear a building during Emerald Warrior. A 7th SFG soldier is facing cocaine trafficking charges. (Staff Sgt. Kenneth W. Norman/Air Force)

That soldier had planned to load 90 pounds of cocaine onto a military transport vehicle in Colombia and ship it back home to Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, NBC News reported after his arrest.

A spokesman for Army Special Operations Command would not identify the soldier by name, but said that the plan was foiled by a fellow soldier who reported the plot. Drug Enforcement Administration officials interdicted the cocaine while it was still on the ground in Colombia.

Gould had already returned home to Florida from a vacation in Cali, Colombia, when he was arrested.