An army sergeant has been charged with helping ISIS, including providing military documents, some of which was classified as Secret, officials announced Saturday.
The indictment was returned July 21 charged Ikaika Erik Kang, 34, an Army sergeant first class stationed at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, with attempting to provide help to ISIS.
Kang was previously arrested on July 8, and ordered detained pending further proceedings.
If convicted of the charges, Kang facing up to 20 years in prison and up to a $250,000 fine for each count, according to officials.
The grand jury indictment, which was filed on July 19, charged Kang with four counts of attempting to provide material support to ISIS, based on events that occurred in Hawaii between June 21 and July 8, officials said.
The court documents allege that Kang met with undercover agents of the FBI whom he believed to be affiliated with ISIS and provided military information, some of which was classified at the SECRET level.
Kang is also charged with providing property — a drone, military clothing and equipment and combat techniques and weapons training.
Kang gave these to undercover agents whom he believed to be affiliated with ISIS.
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