From the blotter – Nov. 20, 2014


Oct. 31
Failure to obey: A noncommissioned officer is being charged with failure to obey regulation for driving with expired U.S. Army Europe registration.

Nov. 1
Failure to obey: A Soldier is being charged with failure to obey regulation for driving with expired USAREUR registration.

Nov. 2
Traffic accident: A family member is being charged with a traffic accident for improper backing causing property damage.
Property damage: An officer became a victim when an unknown person fled the scene after damaging his or her vehicle while parked on Clay Kaserne.


Nov. 3
Traffic accident: A civilian is being charged with a traffic accident for improper backing causing property damage.

Nov. 4
Failure to obey: A Soldier is being charged with failure to obey regulation while driving with expired USAREUR registration.

Nov. 5
Failure to obey: An officer is being charged with failure to obey regulation for driving with expired USAREUR registration.

Nov. 6
Drunk driving: A civilian employee is being charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and civilian misconduct.

Nov. 7
Assault: A Soldier is being charged with simple assault consummated by a battery.
Traffic accident: An NCO is being charged with a traffic accident for speed too fast for road conditions causing property damage.

Nov. 9
Property damage: A family member became a victim when an unknown person due to an improper lane change fled the scene after damaging his or her vehicle while driving on the B455.

Nov. 10
Drunk driving: A civilian employee is being charged with drunken driving and civilian misconduct.

Nov. 11
Traffic accident: An NCO is being charged with a traffic accident for speed too fast for road conditions causing property damage

Nov. 12
Failure to obey: An NCO is being charged with failure to obey regulation for driving with expired USAREUR registration.

Nov. 13
Traffic accident: A family member is being charged with a traffic accident for improper backing causing property damage.
Failure to obey: Three civilians are being charged with failure to obey regulations for failure to re-register their vehicles.