IMPERIAL SUSPECT REPORT
Height: 6' 1”
Weight: 180 lbs
3JJ.2301 - Suspicion of Smuggling
Not far from the prison planet of Kessel, Imperial soldiers boarded the Millennium Falcon in search of glitterstim spice, however, no cargo was found. While it's a well-known fact that Solo is a smuggler, evidence has been hard to come by. It's possible Solo jettisoned the spice cargo into space or, perhaps, has a hiding place on his ship that has yet to be discovered.
29RJ.0245 - Violation of Intergalactic Speed Laws
On the planet of Tatooine, Solo was overheard saying that the Millennium Falcon had "made the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs," which is a clear admission of a violation of intergalactic speed laws. This is hardly the first time Solo has violated the law, as it is well known around the galaxy that Solo often allows his ship, the Millennium Falcon, to travel in illegal hyperspace speed. However, no concrete evidence has been revealed until witnesses from the Mos Eisley cantina came forward. Speak to Figrin D'an and rest of his Cantina band, the Modal Nodes, for more information.
3JK.240P - Murder
On the planet Tatooine, Solo is suspected in the murder of Rodian bounty hunter Greedo. However, the incident has become something of a controversy, as half of the witnesses believe that Solo shot first while others believe that Solo acted in self-defense.
9KU.7456 - Impersonating an Imperial Officer
On the Empire's Death Star space station, Solo manages to escape incarceration by impersonating an Imperial Stormtrooper. Solo's exchange between an Imperial Officer was recorded and transferred to the Galactic database before the Death Star was destroyed. On the forest planet of Endor, Solo also impersonates an AT-ST pilot.
7RU.67BU - Violation of the Galactic Endangered Act
On the ice planet Hoth, Solo violated a long-standing Galactic law that protects the Tauntauns, an endangered species, by subjecting it to the impossible-to-survive night temperatures of the ice planet. Solo further violated Hoth law by cutting open his Tauntaun with a lightsaber.
28RU.99UJ - Illegal Sabacc Gambling
On Cloud City, Solo won the Millennium Falcon from Lando Calrissian in the Cloud City Sabacc Tournament, a game that took place outside of the Galactic Sabacc Committee. Such tournaments are considered a violation of intergalactic law.
101BG.76TY - Piloting a Stolen Vehicle
On the way to Endor, Solo piloted the Tydirium, a Sienar Fleet Systems Imperial Lambda-class shuttle and the property of the Galactic Empire. The Tydirium was no doubt chosen so Solo and his crew would escape detection, though the cockpit would have been too small for comfort for Solo's co-pilot, the wookie Chewbacca.
34KL.47UU - Breaking and Entering
On Endor, Solo and his companions infiltrate several planetary shield generator bunkers, which are the private property of the Galactic Empire. Such entry constitutes unlawful breaking and entering.
56JF.37YIJ - Violation of Common Law Property
On the subject of the Millennium Falcon, Solo is being sued by former co-pilot Chewbacca his half of the ship. While Solo is now married to Leia Organa Solo, his long association with the wookie constitutes that of a intergalactic domestic partnership, with half of Solo's property due his former companion. However, Solo has refused to pay up, necessitating the lawsuit.