Airman to face charges in rapes
By Kenneth Fine
Published in News on July 2, 2013 1:46 PM
The court-martial for a Seymour Johnson Air Force Base technical sergeant charged with seven offenses, including two counts of rape, is set to begin Monday morning on the Goldsboro installation.
Floyd M. Jeter, an F-15E Strike Eagle maintainer, has been charged with making false official statements, destroying or damaging non-military property, rape using force, rape causing grievous bodily harm, assault consummated by battery, kidnapping and obstructing justice.
Sources close to the investigation said there are two victims.