30 Nov '12, 7am
先月鍵のかかっていないアパートに侵入し寝込み、住居侵入で逮捕された海兵隊員に那覇簡裁より10万円の罰金命令 - (Stars and Stripes記事) #沖縄
CAMP FOSTER — A Japanese court fined a Marine officer 100,000 yen (about $1,250) for trespassing in an Okinawa home after a night of drinking. First Lt. Tomas Chanquet, 24, of Camp Foster, was released Thursday after he paid the fine, according to a spokesman for the Naha District Court. He had been in Japanese custody since his Nov. 18 arrest for entering an unlocked apartment in Naha’s entertainment district around 7:30 a.m. and falling asleep in a bedroom, according to the police report. The incident was among several that have occurred despite an 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew imposed for all U.S. servicemembers in Japan following the alleged gang rape of a Japanese woman by two U.S. sailors last month. Military commanders have been trying to cobble together solutions to reduce troop misbehavior.