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USFK Court Martial Results for November 2012

Not a whole lot new in the USFK Court Martial Results for November 2012.  The biggest item of interest is the amount of DUIs last month. There were six DUIs last month with three of them committed by officers.  There is absolutely no excuse for a DUI in Korea considering the amount of mass transit available for people to use.  One of these days one of these idiots is going to kill somebody and it will lead to a huge headache for USFK leadership.

The complete results can be view below:

Results of Army Courts-Martial in Korea for November 2012

At a General Court-Martial on 14 November 2012, SGT Donald S. Hale, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 194th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 501st Sustainment Brigade, APO AP  96271, was found not guilty of one specification of larceny, in violation of Article 121, UCMJ; one specification of assault consummated by a battery, in violation of Article 128; one specification of fraud against the United States, in violation of Article 132; and one specification of wrongfully communicating a threat, in violation of Article 134, UCMJ.  He was sentenced to reduction to the grade of E-1; confinement for 9 months; and a bad-conduct discharge.

At a Summary Court-Martial on 19 November 2012, SFC Raymond L. Myhand, 520th Maintenance Company, 194th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 501st Sustainment Brigade, APO AP 96271, was found guilty of one specification of assault consummated by a battery, in violation of Article 128, UCMJ;  one specification of wrongful sexual contact and one specification of abusive sexual contact,  in violation of Article 120, UCMJ; and one specification of violating a lawful general order, in violation of Article 92, UCMJ.  He was sentenced to reduction to the grade of E-6 and to be restricted to the limits of USAG Humphreys for 14 days.

At a Summary Court-Martial on 30 November 2012, SSG Richard S. Rolle, Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 35th Air Defense Artillery Brigade, Osan Air Base, APO AP 96266 was found guilty of two specifications of failure to obey a lawful general regulation, in violation of Article 92, UCMJ; and one specification of maltreatment, in violation of Article 93, UCMJ.  He was sentenced to forfeiture of $300 pay per month for one (1) month.

At a Summary Court-Martial on 30 November 2012, SGT Robert Navarro Jr., D Battery, 2nd Battalion, 1st Air Defense Artillery Battalion, 35th Air Defense Artillery Brigade, Camp Carroll, APO AP 96260 was found guilty of one specification of willfully disobeying a superior noncommissioned officer, in violation of Article 91, UCMJ; and one specification of failure to obey a lawful general regulation, in violation of Article 92, UCMJ.  He was sentenced to reduction to Specialist (E-4).

At a General Court-Martial on 30 November 2012, PVT Ashlee N. Berry, 106th Medical Detachment, Veterinary Services, 65th Medical Brigade, APO AP 96205, was found guilty of three specifications of failure to report, in violation of Article 86, UCMJ.  She was found not guilty of two specifications of failure to report, in violation of Article 86, UCMJ; one specification of going from appointed place of duty, in violation of Article 86, UCMJ; one specification of absence from unit, in violation of Article 86, UCMJ; two specifications of missing movement through design, in violation of Article 87, UCMJ; one specification of willful disobedience of a noncommissioned officer, in violation of Article 91, UCMJ; two specifications of disrespecting a noncommissioned officer, in violation of Article 91, UCMJ; and three specifications of wrongful possession of a controlled substance, in violation of Article 112a, UCMJ.  She was sentenced to 30 days confinement and forfeiture of $994.00 for one month.

At a General Court-Martial on 18 November 2012, Private First Class Collin J. Carter, E Battery, 6th Battalion, 52d Air Defense Artillery Regiment, 210th Fires Brigade, was convicted of one specification of indecent acts in violation of Article 120, UCMJ, and acquitted of one specification of aggravated sexual assault in violation of Article 120, UCMJ, and one specification of assault consummated by a battery in violation of Article 128, UCMJ.  He was sentenced to reduction to Private (E-1), forfeiture of all pay and allowances, 6 months confinement, and a Bad-Conduct Discharge.

At a General Court-Martial on 27 November 2012, Private First Class Michael C. Freeman, E Battery, 6th Battalion, 52d Air Defense Artillery Regiment, 210th Fires Brigade, was convicted of one specification of indecent acts in violation of Article 120, UCMJ.  He was sentenced to reduction to Private (E-1), forfeiture of $900 pay per month for two months, and 30 days confinement.

 

Results of ROK Criminal Prosecutions for November 2012

In Uijeongbu District Court on 14 November 2012, PFC Bryan M. New, HHC, 2/9th Infantry, USAG Casey, was convicted of Assault.  His adjudged sentence was a 1,000,000 Won fine.

In Seoul Central District Court on 14 November 2012, CPT Licerio G. Ribeiro, Jr., HHB, 8th Army (duty with J-45), USAG Yongsan, was convicted of DUI.  His adjudged sentence was a 4,000,000 Won fine.

In Suwon District Court on 19 November 2012, SGT James A. Deadrick, B Co, 4/2d Aviation, USAG Humphreys, was convicted of DUI.  His adjudged sentence was a 1,000,000 Won fine.

In Suwon District Court on 19 November 2012, SPC Joshua J. Brannon, 3d BCD-K, Osan Air Base, was convicted of Infliction of Bodily Injury.  His adjudged sentence was a 300,000 Won fine.

In Uijeongbu District Court on 21 November 2012, SPC Darian D. Brewer, HHB, 6/37th FA, USAG Casey, was convicted of a violation of the Narcotics Control Law (Psychotropic Drug).  His adjudged sentence was imprisonment for 2 years and 6 months, suspended for 3 years.

In Suwon District Court on 27 November 2012, WO1 Christopher H. Ramsey, B Co,

3-2d GSAB, USAG Humphreys, was convicted of DUI and Reckless Driving.  His adjudged sentence was a 7,000,000 Won fine.

In Suwon District Court on 27 November 2012, CPT Jung Suk Lee, HSC, 602d ASB, USAG Humphreys, was convicted of DUI.  His adjudged sentence was a 3,000,000 Won fine.

In Uijeongbu District Court on 27 November 2012, 2LT Benjamin L. Sergo, HHB, 1/15th FA, 1st ABCT, USAG Casey-Hovey, was convicted of DUI.  His adjudged sentence was a 1,000,000 Won fine.

In Uijeongbu District Court on 27 November 2012, SGT Willliam J. Bishop, D Co, 2/9th Infantry, 1st ABCT, USAG Casey-Hovey, was convicted of DUI.  His adjudged sentence was a 1,000,000 Won fine.

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  • Setnaffa
    9:19 am on December 29th, 2012 1

    ” There is absolutely no excuse for a DUI in Korea considering the amount of mass transit available for people to use. ”

    Totally agree. Especially for an officer who is specifically trained and paid to be a leader and set an example… But maybe they had a rough childhood, eh?

    Can they use “I was drunk at the time” to escape punishment? :roll:

  • JoeC
    10:11 am on December 29th, 2012 2

    Mormons and officers getting DUI’s?

    The world is going to crap. I need a drink. :|

  • Tom
    12:56 pm on December 29th, 2012 3

    20 year old GI, swipes a smartphone from a convenience store clerk, then assaults a Korean national police, leading to 28 year old policeman being treated with 12 stitches to his face after being punched out. The violent thief criminal handed over to the USFK under SOFA agreement, escapes punishment from Korean law.

    http://news.naver.com/main/read.nhn?mode=LSD&mid=sec&sid1=102&oid=008&aid=0002971966

  • Setnaffa
    5:21 pm on December 29th, 2012 4

    Tom, were you gang-raped by Ukrainian jello wrestlers or something? Or is it a form of GTS that makes you type that stuff? :lol: :lol: :lol:

  • johnhenry
    8:53 am on December 30th, 2012 5

    #3: The only way the guy “escaped punishment from Korean law” is if, and only if, the Korean prosecution relinquished jurisdiction in the case. In other words: the guy is still subject to prosecution under the UCMJ. The article you linked though says merely that the suspect has been turned over to the US Forces, doesn’t it? That doesn’t mean he’s not going to face punishment under Korean law yet.

  • TOM
    6:15 pm on December 30th, 2012 6

    I just want to apologize for my idoicracy and turrets! My mother dropped me on my head to many times when I was a child. So now I am pissed off at the world cause my head is shaped funny and I have no friends!

  • William
    5:24 pm on December 31st, 2012 7

    What should happen to a drunken driver who is a military member….

    Hold BN formation on last day of week by a motor pool bay outside.

    Have BN CDR give the standard safety brief.

    BN CDR gives signal to open bay door with rope tied to convicted drunk driver. The terrorist is now suspended the appropriate height.

    BN CDR now states to the BN what happens to terrorists known as drunken drivers. BH CDR gives signal to the enlisted Soldiers tasked to commence whipping the living daylights out of the terrorist until the terrorist is dead as a doornail.

    Until certain painful agonizing death of the offender becomes a consequence of terrorist activity known as drunken driving, Soldiers will never take seriously what the BN CDR says during the safety briefs.

  • SmokingFreedomGuy
    7:00 pm on December 31st, 2012 8

    #3 12 stitches from a punch? Was his face made of Jello?

    Stealing after curfew? Was more than likely drunk too so he’s got a nice pile o’ article 15 waiting for him.

    Unlike you Tom, still being barred from entry into South Korea.

  • SmokingFreedomGuy
    6:08 pm on January 1st, 2013 9

    Oh and by the way what Tom doesn’t realize is that the guy isn’t getting away with anything as the local authorities are pressing charges, he just isn’t being held in their custody.

    If he was actually in Korea he’d know this. Tom why don’t you do something usefull there in Canada like helping to end the NHL lockout…

  • Baek In-je
    8:21 pm on January 1st, 2013 10

    Thi chick was in the May 2012 court martial results. Got off on a drug charge. Looks like she wasn’t so lucky this time. Anyone have any more information on this chick?

    At a General Court-Martial on 30 November 2012, PVT Ashlee N. Berry, 106th Medical Detachment, Veterinary Services, 65th Medical Brigade, APO AP 96205, was found guilty of three specifications of failure to report, in violation of Article 86, UCMJ. She was found not guilty of two specifications of failure to report, in violation of Article 86, UCMJ; one specification of going from appointed place of duty, in violation of Article 86, UCMJ; one specification of absence from unit, in violation of Article 86, UCMJ; two specifications of missing movement through design, in violation of Article 87, UCMJ; one specification of willful disobedience of a noncommissioned officer, in violation of Article 91, UCMJ; two specifications of disrespecting a noncommissioned officer, in violation of Article 91, UCMJ; and three specifications of wrongful possession of a controlled substance, in violation of Article 112a, UCMJ. She was sentenced to 30 days confinement and forfeiture of $994.00 for one month.

  • SmokingFreedomGuy
    9:27 pm on January 1st, 2013 11

    10# Information for what purpose? She’s being punished for her crimes; let it be.

  • Leon LaPorte
    3:20 am on January 2nd, 2013 12

    11. Looking for a date?

 

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