Third Military Man in Charge of Stopping Harassment Arrested for Doing Just That

Army Lt. Col. Darin Haas shot a video for the Defense Department saying hello to those back home in 2010. Army Lt. Col. Darin Haas shot a video for the Defense Department saying hello to those back home in 2010. Defense Department

The U.S. military has now had three men in charge of programs to limit harassment or violence against women accused of similar crimes revolving around harassment and violence against women in the same month. It's only May 16th.

Army Lt. Col. Darin Haas, who ran Fort Campbell's sexual harassment program, turned himself in Wednesday on "charges of violating an order of protection and stalking," the Associated Press reports. Haas is no longer in charge of the program.

On Monday, a sergeant first class serving as coordinator for Fort Hood's sexual assault prevention program was suspended after being accused of "abusive sexual contact." And just 11 days ago, Air Force Lt. Col. Jeffrey Krusinski was arrested and charged with sexual battery in Arlington, Virginia. He was in charge of the Air Force's Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office and was also removed from that post.

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