US Army Soldier Indicted, Accused of Selling Sensitive Military Information

Announcement of the indictment of U.S. Army Intelligence Analyst Korbein Schultz

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — An Army soldier has been arrested on charges of selling sensitive information related to U.S. military capabilities, Justice Department officials said Thursday. Korbein Schultz, who is also an intelligence analyst, was accused in a six-count indictment of charges including conspiring to obtain and disclose military defense information and bribery of a public […]

New York Guardsmen Accused of Sexually Exploiting Asylum Seekers Housed in Hotel

Migrants sit in a queue outside of a hotel in New York City

A federal lawsuit accuses at least five New York National Guardsmen and public contract workers of sexually exploiting asylum seekers. Seven migrants allege numerous incidents of sexual exploitation at a Quality Inn in Cheektowaga, outside of Buffalo — part of the state’s effort to house a flood of asylum seekers coming into the country as […]

Arraignment Date Set for Army Physician Accused of 53 Charges of Sexual Abuse

Members of the 62nd Civil Engineer Squadron after installing the new Joint Base Lewis-McChord sign

An Army physician accused of sexual misconduct with patients is expected to appear in military court in February at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, facing 53 charges of inappropriately looking at or touching at least 23 victims. Maj. Michael Stockin, 38, an anesthesiologist and pain management specialist who has worked at several military treatment facilities, including […]

US Army Soldier Accused of Killing His Wife in Alaska Faces Court Hearing

Gavel and American flag with scales of justice.

JUNEAU, Alaska — A U.S. Army soldier accused of killing his wife in Alaska after a night out celebrating his 21st birthday is set to be back in court Thursday, according to court records. Zarrius Ray Hildabrand faces murder and evidence tampering charges in the death of his wife, Saria Hildabrand, of Utah, whose body […]

Soldier Accused in Fatal Washington Festival Shooting Pleads Not Guilty

Members of the 62nd Civil Engineer Squadron after installing the new Joint Base Lewis-McChord sign

SEATTLE — A 26-year-old member of the U.S. military accused of fatally shooting two women and wounding three other people at a music festival at Washington state’s Gorge Amphitheatre has entered not guilty pleas to multiple charges. The Seattle Times reports James M. Kelly pleaded not guilty Wednesday to two counts of first-degree murder, two counts […]