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Former 1st Special Forces Group commander found guilty of assault | Army Times

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Three out of the seven allegations brought against the former commander of the 1st Special Forces Group, who was charged with assault and kidnapping following an armed standoff with police in 2020 involving his wife and kids, have been proven true.

 Col. Owen Ray was convicted responsible for felony harassment, second-degree assault while armed, and reckless endangerment. Ray was found not guilty of first-degree kidnapping, two more counts of felony harassment, and the second count of second-degree assault. After the incident, the Army quietly permitted Ray, who had most recently been the I Corps’ chief of staff at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, to retire with an honorable discharge. On October 28, Ray will be sentenced following a hearing. He is being held at the Pierce County Jail in Washington without bond and could spend up to 10 years in prison.

Source: https://www.armytimes.com/news/your-army/2022/09/28/former-1st-special-forces-group-commander-found-guilty-of-assault/



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