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May 2019
Tim Bilecki

Navy NCO Charged for Engaging a Prostitute, Bilecki States Sailor Was Unaware

False Official Statement, Solicitation
Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe, Hawaii
Navy Petty Officer Third Class – E-4
Retained in the Navy following a unanimous verdict of no basis for misconduct at the ADSEP board.

A Navy Petty Officer Third Class faced charges under Article 107 (False Official Statement) and Article 134 (Solicitation of a Prostitute) of the UCMJ. Tim Bilecki was retained for defense at the administrative separation board. The defense argued that the Petty Officer was unaware he was soliciting a prostitute and maintained that his statements to the command and during the investigation were truthful, countering the false official statement charge. The board hearing included testimony from numerous character witnesses and the Petty Officer himself, who testified under oath.

The administrative separation board, after thorough deliberation, unanimously found no basis for misconduct, resulting in the Petty Officer being retained in the Navy.

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