November 2 According to Japanese media reports, on November 1, three US soldiers stationed in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan, were arrested by the local police on suspicion of injuring others after drinking. According to reports, one of them stabbed another US soldier with a sharp blade.
According to reports, at about 23:30 on October 31, local time, a high-ranking soldier Jefferson, who belonged to the supply area of the U.S. Army in Japan, stabbed another U.S.
soldier with a sharp blade on the road in Mihama, Chatan. Subsequently, the police arrested him as a current criminal. It is said that the two did not know each other before the conflict and the suspect was in a state of drunkenness. Currently, the life of the assassinated US soldier is not in danger.
According to the report, the police then took Jefferson to the interrogation room for investigation. In the process, Jefferson kicked the indoor objects and caused damage to the indoor objects under investigation. The police arrested him again on the spot on suspicion of damaging the objects.
On the same day, two American soldiers were arrested by the local police when they inflicted brutality on service personnel and customers in restaurants in Mihama, Chatan and Nago. Allegedly, the two people were also in a state of drunkenness when they committed the crime. Currently, both of them are under further investigation by the police.
Okinawa Prefecture only accounts for 0.6% of Japan’s land, but it bears more than 70% of the US military bases in Japan.
Over the years, problems such as crimes, plane crashes, falling objects from heights, and noise of US army stationed in Japan have been repeatedly banned, and people in Okinawa County have been deeply disturbed.