From the blotter – January 31, 2013


Compiled by the U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden Directorate of Emergency Services

Jan. 11

Failure to obey Regulation: An officer is being charged with failure to obey order or regulation/re-register a privately owned vehicle.


Traffic accident: A Soldier is being charged with a traffic accident: Inattentive driving.

Jan. 12

Traffic accident: A Soldier is being charged with a traffic accident: Improper backing.

Jan. 14

Traffic accident: A family member is being charged with a traffic accident: Failure to judge proper clearance.

Traffic accident: A noncommissioned officer is being charged with a traffic accident: improper lane change.

Jan. 16

Failure to obey regulation: A Soldier is being charged with failure to obey order or regulation/ re-register a POV.

Traffic accident: A Soldier is being charged with a traffic accident: Fleeing the Scene.

Drunken driving: A civilian employee is being charged with drunken operation of a vehicle.

Jan. 17

Drunken driving: A Soldier is being charged with drunken operation of a vehicle, aggravated assault and domestic violence.

Jan. 18

Assault: A Soldier is being charged with assault consummated by a battery and possession of marijuana.

Jan. 19

Assault: A Soldier is being charged with assault consummated by a battery and resisting apprehension.

Traffic accident: An NCO is being charged with a traffic accident: improper turn.

Jan. 20

Failure to Pay: An NCO is being charged with a failure to pay just debt.

Jan. 22

Failure to obey Regulation: An NCO is being charged with failure to obey order or regulation/re-register a POV.

Jan. 23

Tax evasion: A family member is being charged with tax evasion, misuse of ILS privileges, operating a home-based business, black-marketing of AAFES merchandise and civilian misconduct.

Tax evasion: A family member is being charged with tax evasion, misuse of ILS privileges, operating a home-based business, unlawful transfer of AAFES merchandise and unlawful transfer of items imported through APO/AE and civilian misconduct.