From the blotter – Sept. 11, 2014


Aug. 21
Driving suspension: A civilian employee received a 30-day on post driving suspension for three or more parking violations in a one year period.

Aug. 22
Traffic accident: A noncommissioned officer is being charged with a traffic accident: Following too closely, causing property damage.
Traffic accident: An Airman is being charged with a traffic accident: Inattentive driving, causing property damage.

Aug. 23
Property damage: An NCO became a victim when an unknown person fled the scene after damaging his/her vehicle while it was parked on Clay Kaserne.


Aug. 24
Property damage: An officer became a victim when an unknown person fled the scene after damaging his/her vehicle while it was parked in Aukumm Housing.
Assault: A Soldier is being charged with housebreaking, assault, and drunk and disorderly conduct.

Aug. 26
Traffic accident: A civilian employee is being charged with fleeing the scene of a traffic accident, improper backing and civilian misconduct.

Aug. 28
Traffic accident: A family member is being charged with a traffic accident: Inattentive driving, causing property damage.
Failure to obey: An NCO is being charged with failure to obey regulation: Driving with expired U.S. Army Europe registration.

Aug. 29
Assault: A family member is being charged with assault consummated by a battery, damage to government property, obstruction of justice, domestic violence and civilian misconduct.

Sept. 3
Traffic accident: An NCO is being charged with a traffic accident: Improper backing causing property damage.
Failure to Obey: A Soldier is being charged with failure to obey regulation: Driving with expired USAREUR registration.

Reminder on Car Accidents
• If you are involved in a traffic accident, don’t panic. Attend to your injuries first, then to the injuries to others. Assisting the injured is required by German law.
• Off-post accidents: Immediately notify the Polizei and the Military Police regardless of how minor the accident.
• On-post accidents: Notify the MPs immediately.
• Whether you have an accident on or off post, do not leave the scene until you have gathered as much information as possible from the other party involved and have the confirmation from the police to leave the scene.

NOTE: All off-post accidents, regardless of how minor, are required to be reported to the German Police immediately and the Military Police within 72 hours.