Charges preferred against Fort Hood Soldier for patronizing a prostitute

MGN-Online
Wednesday, June 12, 2013 - 10:44am

The III Corps Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion commander preferred court-martial charges June 12 against Master Sgt. Brad Grimes regarding allegations he was involved in prostitution-related activities with another Soldier also currently under investigation here.

Grimes is currently assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion, III Corps, here. He has served in the Army for almost 18 years.

The general nature of the charges are as follows: Grimes is accused of conspiring with the other Soldier to patronize a prostitute under Article 81, Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ); patronizing a prostitute under Article 134, UCMJ; committing adultery under Article 134, UCMJ; and solicitation to commit adultery under Article 134, UCMJ.

Grimes will be assigned a military detailed defense counsel by the Army’s Trial Defense Services (TDS) at no expense to him.

Grimes is innocent until proven guilty.
 

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