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September 14, 2012

Street Beat – September 14, 2012

The 56th Security forces Squadron handled the following incidents Aug. 31 through Sept. 6:

Tickets

Security forces issued citations for five moving and one nonmoving violations.

Traffic-related incidents

Aug 31: Security forces responded to a report of an off-base vehicle accident near Falcon Dunes Golf Course. Security forces provided traffic control for the helicopter landing zone. The injured, nonmilitary-affiliated patient was transported to the hospital.

Emergency responses:

Sept. 1: Security forces responded to a medical emergency in the base clinic. The patient was transported to West Valley Medical Center.

Nonemergency responses

Aug. 31: Security forces responded to a 911 misdial at Bldg. 840. Personnel stated they were secure.

Sept. 1: Security forces responded to a 911 hang-up in base housing. Subject was briefed on proper emergency contact procedures.

Sept. 2: Security forces responded to a report of an unlawful entry of two subjects jumping the wall. Both subjects were apprehended.

Sept. 3: Security forces responded to a theft of private property at the resale lot. The incident is being investigated.

Sept. 4: Security forces responded to a wants/warrants hit at South Gate. Glendale police took control.

Sept. 4: Security forces responded to a wants/warrants hit at South Gate Visitor Center. Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office responded and took control.

Sept. 4: Security forces responded to damage of private property at Bldg. 325. The incident is being investigated.

Sept. 5: Security forces responded to a report of theft at the commissary. The incident is being investigated.

Sept. 6: Security forces assisted Surprise police and the sheriff’s office in locating a missing nonmilitary individual. The individual was found and reunited with the family.

Sept. 6: Security forces responded to a report of a possible breaking and entering in base housing. The incident is being investigated.

Alarm activations

Security forces responded to one alarm activation on base.

Tip of the week

If you witness a crime or anything suspicious and out of the ordinary, don’t think Security forces or the Office of Special Investigations already knows about it. Let them know! Your identity is always confidential. Call Security forces (623) 856-5970 or OSI (623) 856-6821 to make an Eagle Eyes report.

 




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