A soldier has been arrested after he allegedly molested children at a house party in Kileen, Texas.
Private First Class Moses Ashaka, assigned to Fort Cavazos (formerly Fort Hood), was indicted last week on two charges of indecency with a child by contact after attendees of the party accused him of “humping” two children.
According to Killeen police, they were dispatched to a home on May 6th after a 911 caller reported that she was at a party and Ashaka had “messed with” a child.
“When police arrived, they observed an unconscious male lying in the front yard, who was naked from the waist down,” police said.
A woman at the scene told police that the man “had been following her around and making sexual advances toward her all evening,” Killeen Daily Herald reported the police affidavit stated. “After (the woman) turned Ashaka down, she explained, Ashaka went upstairs where three young children were sleeping. (The woman) stated that after a couple of minutes, a 9-year-old (child) came running downstairs, yelling that (Ashaka) had come into the room (the child) shared with (a 5-year-old child) and was ‘humping’ them. Multiple witnesses stated that after hearing the outcry, they ran upstairs and saw Ashaka, naked from the waist down, rubbing (his private part) on (the 5-year-old child).”
Two men allegedly dragged Ashaka to the front lawn of the home where officers found him.
Ashaka is being held in the Bell county jail in lieu of bonds totaling $306,500, on the two second-degree felony charges and a Class A misdemeanor charge of driving while intoxicated.
“He is currently incarcerated at Bell County Jail facing criminal charges in civilian court for misconduct that occurred off the military installation. We take these allegations seriously as they directly conflict with our Army values. We will continue to closely cooperate with civilian authorities in this matter,” a spokesperson for the 1st Calvary Division said.
Ashaka is assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Troop, 3rd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division.
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