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2 Fort Sill soldiers found guilty of sex crimes

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Fort Sill- Two Fort Sill soldiers have been found guilty following court martials on post.

A Staff Judge Advocate says Specialist Vito Asaro was found guilty of cocaine use, abusive sexual contact and assault consummated by battery. Prosecutors say Asaro exposed his genitals and placed them on another soldier's face while the private was incapacitated. The military judge sentenced Asaro to reduction to E-1, 75 days hard labor, 75 days restriction to the barracks, and forfeiture of $700 for two months.

In a separate case, the post says Specialist Justin Vetter was found guilty of one charge of adultery. He was sentenced to a reduction from E-4 to E-3, 28 days restriction, and 28 days hard labor without confinement.

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