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July 6, 2012

Street Beat – July 6, 2012

Courtesy of Staff Sgt. Cambria Odell, 56th SFS

The 56th Security Forces Squadron handled the following incidents June 22 through 28:

 

Tickets

Security forces issued citations for two moving and 10 nonmoving violations.

 

Traffic-related incidents

June 25: Security forces responded to a report of a minor vehicle accident at the intersection of Harris Lane and Mustang Street. There were no injuries.

 

Emergency responses

June 22: Security forces responded to a report of a possible sexual assault in housing. Glendale police responded and determined no sexual assault occurred. One individual was issued an Immediate Debarment Order for 10 years.

June 23: Security forces responded to a report of a medical emergency at the Balfour Beatty Community pool. The individual was treated and transported to Phoenix Children’s Hospital via helicopter.

 

Nonemergency responses

June 24: Security forces responded to a report of a gate runner at Kachina Gate. Contact was made with the individual. Glendale police responded and assumed control.

June 25: Security forces responded to a noise complaint at Bldg. 668. Patrols responded and briefed the individual on base quiet hours.

June 26: Security forces responded to two warrant hits at South Gate. Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office responded and assumed control.

June 26: Security forces responded to a report of a possible intoxicated individual at Bldg. 1540. Patrols responded and detected no obvious signs of impairment.

 

Alarm activations

Security forces responded to four alarm activations on base.

 

Tip of the week 

When driving during a dust storm, pull as far off the roadway as possible and wait for the dust to clear. Turn off all vehicle lights, including emergency flashers.




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