Three airmen sentenced on drug charges at Ramstein
RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany — Three airmen were sentenced at Ramstein Air Base this week and a fourth awaits court-martial on charges related to using Ecstasy.
On Monday, Airman 1st Class Gregory S. Martin of the 726th Air Mobility Squadron at Rhein-Main Air Base was sentenced to three months’ confinement, reduced to E-1 and ordered to forfeit $2,469 of pay.
Martin was found guilty of attempted use and possession of Ecstasy. Under a pretrial agreement, a charge of conspiracy with another active-duty airman to possess and distribute Ecstasy was withdrawn.
On Tuesday, Airman Carly R. Boe with the 435th Dental Squadron was sentenced to hard labor without confinement for three months, reduced to E-1, ordered to forfeit $3,600 of pay and must be restricted to Ramstein Air Base for two months. Boe was found guilty of wrongfully using Ecstasy between Jan. 1 and Feb. 28.
On Wednesday, Senior Airman John A. Agan II with the 435th Medical Support Squadron received a sentence of 25 days’ confinement, reduction to E-2 and forfeiture of $1,500 in pay after pleading guilty to wrongfully using Ecstasy between Sept. 1, 2004, and Jan. 31, 2005.
Thursday’s court-martial of Airman 1st Class Matthew C. Heath of the 435th Logistics Readiness Squadron was rescheduled for Aug. 9. Heath faces the charge of wrongfully using Ecstasy between Sept. 16 and Sept. 21, 2004.