Two sought in connection with off-base assaults in K-town area
March 22, 2006
KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany — German police are looking for suspects in two separate aggravated assaults that happened in the Kaiserslautern area.
An airman reported on March 2 that an unknown male stabbed his or her spouse, according to the military’s Kaiserslautern newspaper. The alleged victim was transported to a hospital for treatment.
The Air Force Office of Special Investigations at Ramstein Air Base also is asking the public for help in an unsolved aggravated assault that took place at 2 a.m. Dec. 29 at the Old School Club near Pulaski Barracks.
The OSI detachment is asking for any help in identifying an unknown person wanted for questioning in the case, but did not release a description of the individual.
Investigators would not give any additional information about the incident, said Erin Zagursky, an Air Force spokeswoman at Ramstein Air Base. However, Ponds Security guards reported an assault around the same timeframe.
At 3 a.m., the private security firm that guards the gates at Pulaski Barracks reported that an airman approached the gate with a fractured nose, fractured eye socket and some minor injuries, according to a January report published in the newspaper’s “KMC Blotter.”
The report said the airman was assaulted and knocked unconscious by an unknown number of people. When he regained consciousness, he came to the gate. The Old School Club is near Pulaski Barrack’s main entrance gate.