KMC Support

Sept. 8
Security forces reported at 2:10 a.m. a drunk and disorderly Airman. The Airman was shouting obscenities and refused to follow instructions of security forces. The Airman’s breath alcohol content was 2.35.

Sept. 9
A Soldier reported at 6 p.m. his dependent had been assaulted while playing basketball on school grounds. The dependent received four stitches.

Sept. 10
A dependent reported at 12:30 p.m. a case of domestic disturbance assault at her residence. The individuals were involved in a verbal altercation which turned physical when the Soldier was struck in the back by his wife.
Security forces reported at 6 p.m. a case of breaking and entering in Queidersbach. Unknown persons damaged the interior door frame. The metal latch holder was dislodged, loosened and the door was chipped.
A Soldier reported at 9:48 p.m. an assault on Kleber Kaserne. A third Soldier tried to intervene and was also struck and received a laceration.

Sept. 11
Security forces reported at 12:03 a.m. a mutual assault on the walkplatz in downtown Kaiserslautern. Two dependents were involved in a physical altercation. There were no reported injuries.
German police reported at 12:42 a.m. a traffic accident in Schwedelbach. The driver was transported to Kaiserslautern
Westplatz Clinic for spinal injuries,
lacerated liver and cranial injuries.

Sept. 12
Security forces reported at 7:50 p.m. suspicious activity on Sembach. An unknown individual in a black sedan pulled up to a closed off gate and parked. Upon investigation, security forces found the individual was gone and there were footprints along the fence line and gate area.

An Airman reported at 11:11 a.m. a suspicious package at Ramstein Northside Post Office. The package was a white shoe-sized box, wrapped with brown packing tape and no forwarding or return address. Explosive Ordance Disposal responded and the incident ended with negative results.

Sept. 13
An Airman reported at 7:54 a.m. a suspicious package at Ramstein Northside Post Office. The package was a long brown cylinder, approximately six feet long and had no writing or markings. EOD responded and the incident met with negative results.

Sept. 14
A civilian reported at 1 p.m. a scanner had been removed from his office. The total value of the scanner is $185.

Weekly incidents:
Minor traffic accidents: 19
Major traffic accidents: 9
Car break-ins: 1
Lost IDs: 0