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Avatar of GI KoreaBy on December 5th, 2013 at 3:32 am

USFK Court Martial Results for July 2013

The USFK website had bypassed the month of July, but they have since caught up and added results from July 2013 for everyone to checkout.  There were no court martials in July however there was a whole bunch of ROK criminal prosecutions.  Many of the ROK convictions are for drug crimes which I think are probably the servicemembers who got rounded up by the crackdown on sending drugs through the mail in Korea.  What continues to get me is how all their sentences were suspended.  It seems doing a few months in a Korean jail would have served them right and been a better deterrent for idiots to not try this in the future.

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July 2013 Court Martial Results

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July 2013 ROK Criminal Prosecutions

In Seoul Central District Court on 1 July 2013, MAJ Sonung Song, HHC, 1st Signal Brigade, USAG Yongsan, was convicted of traffic law violations.  His adjudged sentence was a 2,000,000 Won fine.

In Uijeongbu District Court on 3 July 2013, SPC Paul B. Noel, III, D Co, 1st BSTB, USAG Casey, was convicted of Violations of the Act on the Punishment of Violences, etc. (Joint Injury and Bodily Injury by Use of Weapons, etc.).  His adjudged sentence was imprisonment for 1-1/2 years, suspended for 3 years.

In Seoul Central District Court, on 5 July 2013, SPC DeShane L. Shelton, HHD, 41st Signal Battalion, USAG Yongsan, was convicted of a Violation of the Act on the Punishment of Violences, etc. (Joint Assault).  His adjudged sentence was a 3,000,000 Won fine.

In Suwon District Court on 9 July 2013, A1C Chris L. Quaintance, 51st Security Forces Squadron, Osan Air Base, was convicted of Indecent Act by Compulsion.  His adjudged sentence was a 5,000,000 Won fine.

In Daegu District Court on 8 July 2013, SSG Mark S. Ducote, Jr., HHD, 25th Transportation Battalion, USAG Daegu, was convicted of Intimidation.  His adjudged sentence was a 3,000,000 Won fine.

In Uijeongbu District Court on 15 July 2013, SPC Alvinjohn I. Paja, 61st Maintenance Company, USAG Red Cloud, was convicted of Violation of the Act on the Aggravated Punishment, etc. of Specific Crimes (Hit and Run Vehicle).  His adjudged sentence was a 3,000,000 Won fine.

In Seoul Central District Court on 17 July 2013, PO3 Aaron A. McGowan, SUSLAK, USAG Yongsan, was convicted of Infliction of Bodily Injury.  His adjudged sentence was a 1,000,000 Won fine.

In Uijeongbu District Court on 17 July 2013, SPC Edward F. Lafauci, C Co, 1st BSTB, USAG Casey, was convicted of Violations of the Act on the Control of Narcotics, etc. (Psychotropic Drug).  His adjudged sentence was imprisonment for 1 year and 6 months, suspended for 3 years and a civil assessment in the amount of 1,071,360 Won.

In Suwon District Court on 23 July 2013, SPC Farisha M. Elliott, E Co, 4-2d ARB, USAG Humphreys, was convicted of Violations of the Act on the Control of Narcotics, etc. (Psychotropic Drug).  Her adjudged sentence was imprisonment for 1-1/2 years, suspended for 3 years and a civil assessment in the amount of 4,836,500 Won.

In Suwon District Court on 23 July 2013, SPC Doulgas J. Hoffman, E Co, 4-2d ARB, USAG Humphreys, was convicted of Violations of the Act on the Control of Narcotics, etc. (Psychotropic Drug).  His adjudged sentence was imprisonment for 1 year, suspended for 2 years and a civil assessment in the amount of 569,000 Won.

In Suwon District Court on 23 July 2013, PVT Cody C. Carlsen, E Co, 3-2d GSAB, USAG Humphreys, was convicted of Violations of the Act on the Control of Narcotics, etc. (Psychotropic Drug).  His adjudged sentence was imprisonment for 1 year, suspended for 2 years and a civil assessment in the amount of 1,618,960 Won.

In Suwon District Court on 23 July 2013, SPC John T. Wilborn, E Co, 4-2d ARB, USAG Humphreys, was convicted of Violations of the Act on the Control of Narcotics, etc. (Psychotropic Drug).  His adjudged sentence was imprisonment for 10 months, suspended for 2 years and a civil assessment in the amount of 113,800 Won.

In Suwon District Court on 23 July 2013, SGT Christopher R. Webb, E Co, 4-2d ARB, USAG Humphreys, was convicted of Violations of the Act on the Control of Narcotics, etc. (Psychotropic Drug).  His adjudged sentence was imprisonment for 1 year, suspended for 2 years and a civil assessment in the amount of 489,340 Won.

In Suwon District Court on 24 July 2013, PVT Jordan Bolding, HHC, 2d CAB, USAG Humphreys, was convicted of Refusal of the Breath Test Offered by the Police.  His adjudged sentence was a 7,000,000 Won fine.

In Suwon District Court on 25 July 2013, TSgt Tony Anderson, 51st CES, Osan Air Base, was convicted of DUI.  His adjudged sentence was a 5,000,000 Won fine.

In Suwon District Court on 26 July 2013, CW3 Juan C. Garcia-Rodriguez, B Co, 602d ASB, USAG Humphreys, was convicted of DUI.  His adjudged sentence was a 3,000,000 Won fine.

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  • tbonetylr
    7:47 am on December 5th, 2013 1

    “The USFK website had bypassed the month of July,”

    Obama should have used that line for November and/or December.

    But private enterprise(health care) is better aye?

    ‘Walmart website down: Holiday shoppers can’t access Walmart online’
    http://www.examiner.com/article/walmart-website-down-holiday-shoppers-can-t-access-walmart-online

  • setnaffa
    7:52 am on December 5th, 2013 2

    Yeah… TB is right… Because the Feds will tax you if you don’t buy from Walmart… /sarc

  • Leon LaPorte
    6:29 pm on December 5th, 2013 3

    I see the fine for Refusal of the Breath Test went up to 7,000,000.

    I suspect because the max fine for DUI was 5,000,000 so some people were refusing to get around the DUI as it cost the same.

    As far as no jail time, BRILLIANT! The ROK’s get their fine money, they need not pay to incarcerate the individual as the military will restrict them to installation and/or send them home. Pure Profit $$$ !

  • tbonetylr
    8:11 pm on December 5th, 2013 4

    @2, And the Wallmart website being down has nothing to do about money? Its customers lost out on Black Friday deals because of the site being down and had to pay more later. :shock:

    Or go to Wallmart where they could get in a fight, stabbed with a knife, stunned with a stunner gunner, or shot. It’s the best example of the private sector’s upstanding American life ever to be seen./sarc
    https://aattp.org/jon-stewart-gop-freaks-over-obamacare-site-glitches-praises-walmart-black-friday-lunacy/
    “The hypocrisy in Walmart’s site crashing being called a victory for capitalism while healthcare.gov’s woes have been universally panned as an epic failure.”

  • ChickenHead
    8:47 pm on December 5th, 2013 5

    One wonders how much Walmart spent for a website that works exactly as intended for years… except this one time under extreme overload.

    The Obamacare website cost a BILLION dollars for a hodgepodge of amateur coding that does not function and may not have been designed to function.

    Actually, as they are such different situations with different considerations, searching for politically-inspired comparisons between the two websites is rather insincere.

  • Leon LaPorte
    12:59 am on December 7th, 2013 6

    civil assessment in the amount of 1,071,360 Won.
    489,340 Won.
    113,800 Won.
    1,618,960 Won.

    I’m extremely curious how and why these exact amounts are computed. There must be a reason.

 

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