KMC Blotter

May 3
10:03 a.m.: An Air Force SNCO reported suspicious activity at the Ramstein East Gate. Three unknown individuals were reported to be taking photographs of airplanes. A sweep was done of the area by security forces but nothing was found.

May 4
1:54 a.m.: Polizei reported two drunken Air Force NCOs who were in the sewers.

9:56 p.m.: Polizei reported theft from a secured motor vehicle after investigation revealed an unknown person had shattered the front passenger’s side window of a vehicle and took an iPod. There are no known suspects or witnesses at this time.

May 5
12:48 p.m.: An Air Force NCO was approaching an intersection when he failed to yield and struck a local national’s vehicle. The NCO was transported to LRMC. There were also disabling damages to both vehicles.

May 6
1:11 a.m.: A dependent at Armstrong’s Club exposed herself on the dance floor. When another dependent asked her to pull her dress down, she pulled out a knife and held it to the other dependent’s throat in a threatening gesture.

5:15 p.m.: A dependent’s vehicle struck a local national’s vehicle due to inattentive driving. The local national suffered neck injuries and was treated on the scene. There were minor damages to both vehicles.

May 7
9 p.m.: An Air Force NCO reported a missing child after it was determined the child left his room through the bedroom window.

May 8
1:32 a.m.: Polizei reported damage to private property. Four Soldiers reportedly damaged four vehicles, either breaking off or bending the side mirrors. The Soldiers were advised of their legal rights.

3:17 a.m.: Polizei observed a Soldier’s spouse operating her vehicle in an erratic manner. Upon contact, Polizei detected the odor of alcohol. The spouse was advised of her legal rights.

5 a.m.: Polizei conducted a routine traffic stop on an Air Force NCO’s vehicle and, upon contact, detected the odor of alcohol. The NCO was advised of his legal rights.

May 9
1:54 p.m.: A civilian witnessed an Air Force NCO’s vehicle hit another vehicle in a parking lot, and the NCO left the scene. The NCO was advised of her legal rights.

» A spouse and Army and Air Force Exchange Service  employee was barred and his job terminated for use of a controlled substance.

» A minor was barred, including access to school, for involvement in an assault at school.

» A spouse was barred for her involvement in larcenies in the Kaiserslautern Military Community Center.

UCMJ Actions
» A squadron commander administered non-judicial punishment under Article 15, Uniform Code of Military Justice, to a technical sergeant for violation of Article 121, wrongful appropriation of a value of more than $500. The commander imposed punishment of suspended reduction to staff sergeant, forfeitures of $750 per month for two months, 21 days extra duty and a reprimand.

» A  squadron commander administered non-judicial punishment under Article 15, UCMJ, to an Airman first class for violation of Article 113, misbehavior of a sentinel. The commander imposed punishment of reduction to Airman basic and a reprimand.

Command Sgt. Maj. Gary J. Bronson was convicted May 4 during a general court-martial of one specification of violating Article 92 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, failure to obey a lawful order or regulation, Article 93, cruelty and maltreatment, and Article 134, adultery.

Reported Larcenies
May 2
» Ramstein: one Common Access Card.
» Landstuhl: one Common Access Card, one DD Form 1172 Dependent ID card, one Ohio state issued driver’s license, keys, numerous credit cards,  one German issued driver’s license, one German ID, one Defense Logistics Agency issued ID card, one USAREUR certificate of license, one government license,  €200, $20, one Burberry purse, one iPhone and one wallet.

May 3
» Schwedelbach: three gallons of gas. 

May 4
» Ramstein-Miesenbach: one silver iPod touch.
» Ramstein-Miesenbach: one white iPhone and one wallet containing one German certificate of license, one
personal ID, one DD form 1173,
one Service Credit Union debit card, one Sparkasse debit card, one ration card, €10 and one USAREUR
certificate of license.