On Dec. 6, 2016, at a general court-martial convened at Fort Bragg, Sgt. 1st Class Utkur Rahmatullaev, United States Army, was convicted by a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of two specifications of violating a lawful general regulation, one specification of assault consummated by a battery, and one specification of aggravated assault in violation of Articles 92 and 128, UCMJ. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to forfeit all pay and allowances, and to be confined for 36 months.

On Dec. 7, 2016, at a general court-martial convened at Fort Bragg, Spc. Joseph P. Robinson, United States Army, was convicted by a military judge, contrary to his pleas, of three specifications of sexual abuse of a child in violation of Article 120b, UCMJ. The accused was acquitted of one specification of sexual abuse of a child in violation of Article 120b, UCMJ. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to be confined for 10 years, and to be discharged from the service with a dishonorable discharge.

On Dec. 9, 2016, at a general court-martial convened at Fort Bragg, Staff Sgt. Robert W. Baucom, United States Army, was convicted by a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of one specification of disobeying a commissioned officer, two specifications of false official statement, eight specifications of larceny, two specifications of assault consummated by a battery, and ten specifications of housebreaking in violation of Articles 90, 107, 121, 128, and 130, UCMJ. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to forfeit all pay and allowances, to be confined for 14 months, and to be discharged from the service with a dishonorable discharge.

On Dec. 14, 2016, at a general court-martial convened at Fort Bragg, a specialist was acquitted by a military judge of two specifications of abusive sexual contact, one specification of sexual assault, and two specifications of assault consummated by a battery in violation of Articles 120 and 128, UCMJ.