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News: Verdict, sentence issued in Master Sgt. Grimes court-martial

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FORT HOOD, Texas - In the court-martial of U.S. vs. Master Sgt. Brad Grimes (E-8), a panel found Grimes guilty of conspiring to patronize a prostitute and solicitation to commit adultery.

The panel found Grimes not guilty of adultery and patronizing a prostitute. The panel sentenced him to be reprimanded and reduced to the grade of E-7.

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Date Taken:12.03.2013

Date Posted:12.04.2013 00:28

Location:FORT HOOD, TX, USGlobe

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