On Oct. 13, at a general court-martial convened at Fort Bragg, a specialist was acquitted by a military judge of two specifications of sexual assault, one specification of abusive sexual contact, and one specification of assault consummated by a battery in violation of Articles 120 and 128, UCMJ.

On Oct. 19, at a special court-martial convened at Fort Bragg, Pfc. Kevin M. Sargent, United States Army, was convicted by a military judge, pursuant to his plea, of one specification of desertion in violation of Article 85, UCMJ. Contrary to his plea, the accused was convicted of one specification of absence without leave in violation of Article 86, UCMJ.

The accused was acquitted of one specification of desertion in violation of Article 85, UCMJ. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to be confined for 100 days, and to be discharged from the service with a bad-conduct discharge.

On Oct. 28, at a general court-martial convened at Fort Bragg, Sgt. Mckinley P. Armour, United States Army, was convicted by a military judge, contrary to his plea, of one specification of abusive sexual contact in violation of Article 120, UCMJ.

The accused was acquitted of one specification of sexual assault in violation of Article 120, UCMJ. The military judge sentenced the accused to be confined for 12 months and to be discharged from the service with a bad-conduct discharge.

On Oct. 28, at a general court-martial convened at Fort Bragg, Spc. Marco A. Reyes, United States Army, was convicted by a military judge, contrary to his pleas, of two specifications of conspiring to obstruct justice, one specification of disobeying a commissioned officer, one specification of rape, four specifications of sexual assault, one specification of wrongful appropriation, one specification of larceny, two specifications of assault consummated by a battery, three specifications of adultery, and three specifications of obstructing justice in violation of Articles 81, 90, 120, 121, 128, and 134, UCMJ.

The accused was acquitted of two specifications of conspiring to obstruct justice, three specifications of rape, one specification of larceny, three specifications of assault consummated by a battery, three specifications of obstructing justice, and one specification of conduct prejudicial to good order and discipline in violation of Articles 80, 120, 121, 128, and 134, UCMJ. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to be confined for 13 years and to be discharged from the service with a dishonorable discharge.