RICHMOND, Va. (AP) _ The three Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Department agents involved in an arrest that injured a University of Virginia student have returned to regular duty. The arrest of Martese Johnson caused a furor after photos and video of the bloodied 20-year-old were circulated widely on social media. Johnson, who is black, could be heard on the recordings calling the officers racist. The ABC said in a news release Monday that its review of a Virginia State Police investigation determined that the agents did not violate policy during the arrest in March. The agents were assigned to desk duty during the investigation. In June, a prosecutor in a separate criminal investigation found no evidence of malice or racism by the officers, who weren’t charged. Charges against Johnson were dismissed.