In three separate special courts martial, two Airmen pled guilty to drug charges and a third pled guilty to theft of government property.
Senior Airman James M. Sessions, 435th Medical Support Squadron, pleaded guilty to one violation and three specifications under the Uniformed Code of Military Justice for wrongful use, introduction and distribution of 3, 4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine, commonly known as ecstasy, at a May 11 court martial. He admitted to using the drug, bringing it onto Ramstein and distributing on more than one occasion. He was sentenced to 11 months confinement, a bad conduct discharge and reduction to E-1.
In a May 12 court martial, Airman 1st Class Justin L. Tucker, 435th MDSS, pleaded guilty to one violation under the UCMJ for wrongful use of ecstasy. He admitted to using the drug on one occasion in February.
He received a sentence of a bad conduct discharge, reduction to E-1 and forfeiture of $823 pay.
In a May 13 court martial, Senior Airman Ryan L.C. Reilly, 435th Logistics Readiness Squadron, was found guilty of two charges and two specifications under the UCMJ for conspiring to commit larceny and for stealing government property.
He was sentenced to eight months confinement, a bad conduct discharge and reduction to E-1.