A weeping Army sergeant on Thursday apologized to the family a female soldier he admitted killing, after a military panel convicted him of unpremeditated murder and sentenced him to life in prison.
An Army sergeant was convicted of unpremeditated murder in the killing of a fellow Fort Carson soldier on Thursday after his lawyers argued that the slaying was so brutal and random that it couldn’t have been planned.
A court-martial is scheduled to get under way in the death of Army Spc. Brandy Fonteneaux (fon-tah-NO) of Houston, who was found dead in her room at Fort Carson in January.
Army Spc. Brandy Fonteneaux’s death came not on a battlefield in Afghanistan but on an infantry post in Colorado – allegedly at the hand of a fellow soldier – and that makes the pain even worse for her family.
A pretrial hearing is scheduled in the case of a soldier charged with murder in the death of another soldier at Fort Carson.
A combat engineer at Fort Carson has been arrested and charged in the slaying of a food operations specialist in the barracks at the Colorado Army post.
Army investigators say a soldier found dead in her barracks at a Colorado infantry post had been stabbed, but they haven’t yet released the cause of death.
The family of a murdered Fort Carson soldier believes a fellow solider is responsible for her death.
A soldier found dead in a barracks at a Colorado infantry post has been identified as Brandy Fonteneaux, 28, of Houston.