Fort Hood will begin proceedings in three courts-martial this week involving soldiers accused of sex-related crimes, according to court documents.
Dockets show the charges faced by three soldiers slated for courts-martial include violations of Article 120 under the Uniformed Code of Military Justice. That article includes rape, sexual assault and other sexual misconduct.
This week’s courts-martial include:
Capt. Tyler Ho, for sexual assault, assault conduct unbecoming of an officer and general article. Ho’s court-martial was scheduled for Monday, according to the docket.
Sgt. 1st Class Michael Rosado, for sexual assault, assaulting or willfully disobeying an officer, assault and general article. Rosado’s court-martial also was scheduled to begin Monday.
Spc. Tony Palmore, for waste, spoilage or destruction of property other than military property of the United States, sexual assault, assault and general article. Palmore is scheduled for a hearing Thursday.
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