Wiesbaden Blotter – September 27, 2012


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

Sept. 4

Theft: An unknown person stole copper wire from the U.S. government at Clay Kaserne.

Sept. 5

Damage to private property: A Department of Defense Dependents Schools employee became a victim of damage to his vehicle when an unknown person/object struck the bumper. Yellow scratches of paint transfer were shown on his vehicle.


Sept. 6

Theft: An unknown person stole military equipment and boxing trophies from the storage facility of a noncommissioned officer in Hainerberg Housing.

Sept. 7

Damage to private property: A Department of Defense employee became a victim of damage to private property when someone broke his driver’s side rear window at the commissary parking lot.

Sept. 8

Possession of a controlled substance: Police are charging a Stars and Stripes employee with possession of a controlled substance after German police conducted a routine check point.

Sept. 9

Obstruction of justice and computer fraud: Police are charging a Soldier with obstruction of justice and computer fraud due to an incident concerning his Department of Defense CAC card privileges.

Sept. 10

Traffic accident: A Warrant Officer is being charged with a traffic accident after striking another vehicle.

Possession of a controlled substance: Police are charging a Morale, Welfare and Recreation employee with possession of a controlled substance after German police conducted a routine check point.

Sept. 11

Theft: An unknown person stole military equipment from a Soldier’s Hainerberg Housing storage facility.

Sept. 12

Traffic accident: Police are charging a family member with a traffic accident after the driver followed too closely and struck another vehicle.

Sept. 13

Drunken driving: Police are charging a Solider with drunken driving after the Soldier failed a breathalyzer test conducted by German police.

Sept. 14

Suspicious behavior: An unknown person took several pictures of a school bus. The person who took the photos was in a silver Opel van. The person remains at large.