WASHINGTON -

Seven Army soldiers and two Marines will get administrative punishments but aren't facing criminal charges for their part in the Secret Service prostitution scandal in Colombia this year, The Associated Press reported on Wednesday.

One Air Force member has been reprimanded and final decisions are pending on two Navy sailors, the AP reported.

In Colombia as part of the advance details before President Barack Obama arrival to attend the Summit of the Americas, a dozen Secret Service agents hit the clubs of Cartagena for a night of drinking that ended with them bringing women back to their hotel rooms, CNN reported in May.

A morning-after dispute between one agent and a woman over payment led to a dozen Secret Service members being sent home and the resulting media coverage and investigations, CNN reported.

U.S. Southern Command conducted the investigation into the military members' involvement in the April incident, the AP reported. The military members were supporting the Secret Service during the trip.

The U.S. officials spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the results have not been released. Military officials were expected to brief Congress members on the results of the investigation.