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I Corps Courts-Martial

Published: 03:01PM March 8th, 2018

U.S. V. SPC. MORALES, 16TH CAB

On Feb. 13, Spc. John M. Morales, 16th Combat Aviation Brigade, was convicted of assault consummated by a battery and false official statement. Morales was sentenced to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to forfeit all pay and allowances, to be confined for four months and to be discharged from the service with a bad conduct discharge.

U.S. V. SFC. MCDANIEL, I CORPS

On Feb. 14, SFC Scott D. McDaniel, Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion, I Corps, was convicted of larceny. McDaniel was sentenced to be reduced to the grade of E-4, to perform hard labor without confinement for 45 days and to be discharged from the service with a bad conduct discharge.

U.S. V. SFC. COFFEY, DIVARTY

On Feb. 21, Sgt. 1st Class Bradley W. Coffey, 2nd Infantry Division Artillery, was convicted of indecent language, failure to obey an order or regulation, rape, solicitation of rape of a child and assault consummated by a battery. Coffey was sentenced to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to be confined for two years and to be discharged from the service with a dishonorable discharge.

U.S. V. SPC. DYSON, 51ST SIG. BN.

On Feb. 23, Spc. Kemarrius Dyson, 51st Expeditionary Signal Battalion, was convicted of sexual abuse of a child. Dyson was sentenced to be reprimanded, to be reduced to the grade of E-3, to be restricted for 60 days and to perform hard labor without confinement for 45 days.

U.S. V. SGT. PROVENZANO, 1ST. BDE., 2ND INF. DIV.

On Feb. 26, Sgt. Peter P. Provenzano, 1st Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division, was convicted of distribution of child pornography, indecent language, and aggravated assault. Provenzano was sentenced to be reduced to E-1, to be confined for 12 months and to be discharged from the service with a bad conduct discharge.

All articles are violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. I Corps and 7th Infantry Division are committed to preventing sexual harassment and sexual assault. Leaders at every level of the chain of command have an obligation to safeguard service members through prevention, education, investigation, victim advocacy, and, when appropriate, prosecution. One hundred percent of unrestricted reports of sexual assault and all reports of sexual harassment will be properly investigated and appropriately acted upon by the command.