Courts-martial results

| February 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

25th Infantry Division

•A private from Battery B, 3rd Battalion, 7th Field Artillery Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, was found guilty of one specification of Article 86, for failing to go to his appointed place of duty; two specifications of Article 91, for being disrespect in language to a superior noncommissioned officer and for failing to obey the lawful order of a superior noncommissioned officer; two specifications of Article 112a, for wrongfully using of methamphetamines; one specification of Article 112a, for possessing methamphetamines; two specifications of Article 134, for communicating threats to his first sergeant and platoon sergeant; and one specification of Article 134, for adulterating his urinalysis sample.

The private was sentenced to seven months confinement and a bad conduct discharge.

•A sergeant from Company A, 2nd Bn., 27th Inf. Regt., 3rd BCT, was found guilty of one specification of Article 121, for stealing military property; two specifications of Article 112a, for the wrongful introduction and use of heroin; one specification of Article 108, for wrongful disposition of military property; and two specifications of Article 107, for giving false official statements.

The sergeant was sentenced to 33 months confinement.

8th Theater Sustainment Command

•A sergeant first class from Headquarters and Headquarters Bn., U.S. Army-Pacific, was convicted at a general court-martial of one specification of communicating a threat in violation of Article 134, UCMJ. A military judge sentenced him to be reduced to the grade of E-5, to be confined for three months and to perform hard labor without confinement for three months

•A private first class from 58th Military Police Co., 728th MP Bn., was convicted at a special court-martial of one specification of indecent liberties with a child in violation of Article 120, UCMJ. A military judge sentenced him to be reduced to the grade of E-1, confinement for three months and a bad conduct discharge.

•A private first class from Tripler Army Medical Center was convicted at a general court-martial of one specification of aggravated sexual assault in violation of Article 120, UCMJ, and one specification of forcible sodomy in violation of Article 125, UCMJ. A panel of officer and enlisted members sentenced him to forfeit all pay and allowances, reduction to the grade of E-1, confinement for six months and a dishonorable discharge.

•A private first class from 540th Quartermaster Co., 524th Combat Sust. Support Bn., was convicted at a special court-martial of three specifications of assault consummated by battery in violation of Article 128, UCMJ, and three specifications of disobeying a lawful order of a superior commissioned officer in violation of Article 90, UCMJ. A military judge sentenced the private first class to confinement for six months and a bad conduct discharge.

Criminal Acts

All victims of domestic violence and sexual assault are strongly encouraged to report offenses. Reporting these offenses may be the best way to ensure that victims receive the support they need and that such crimes are not repeated.

Reports can be made to the chain of command, the military police, the Criminal Investigation Division, a victim advocate, a chaplain, the inspector general or medical personnel. Also, the SAFE Line at (808) 624-SAFE (7233) may be used for information and assistance.

All offenses made known to the command will be thoroughly investigated by trained, professional criminal investigators. If appropriate, alleged offenders will be prosecuted. In certain cases, victim family members may be entitled to transitional compensation, to include retaining ID card benefits and privileges.

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