FORT DRUM — The following soldiers faced charges in recent court-martial proceedings on post. The results come from a monthly summary of courts-martial Armywide. The release of case results for October and November had been delayed until this week, after a reporter emailed Army public affairs officials requesting the information.

 Pfc. Matthew S. Darrow was convicted on Oct. 4 of two counts of absence without leave and acquitted on two counts of desertion.

He was sentenced to a reduction in rank to private, six months’ confinement and a bad-conduct discharge from the Army.

A pretrial agreement limited his confinement to 90 days.

 Pvt. Jody P. Hebert was convicted on Oct. 5 of two counts of absence without leave and acquitted of two counts of desertion.

He was sentenced to a reduction in rank to private, seven months’ confinement and a bad-conduct discharge from the Army. A pre-trial agreement limited his confinement to 121 days.

 Spc. Jolten C. Erickson was convicted on Nov. 1 of one count of attempted sexual assault of a child and one count of attempted sexual abuse of a child.

He was sentenced to a reduction in rank to private, 22 months’ confinement and a dishonorable discharge from the Army.

However, a pre-trial agreement limited his confinement to a year.

 Staff Sgt. Anthony J. McCormack was convicted of four counts of indecent visual recording and four counts of broadcasting an indecent visual recording.

The staff sergeant was sentenced to a reduction in rank to private, 48 months’ confinement and a dishonorable discharge from the Army.

As part of a pre-trial agreement to plead guilty, Sgt. McCormack’s confinement will be limited to 2 years.

 Spc. Robert J. Thole was convicted on Nov. 17 of two counts of assault consummated by battery and acquitted on one count of sexual assault.

Spc. Thole’s sentence was a reduction in rank to private, a forfeiture of all pay and allowances, seven days’ confinement and a bad-conduct discharge from the Army.

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