Health & Safety

May 9, 2014

Street Beat

The 56th Security Forces Squadron handled the following incidents April 29 through May 5:

Tickets

Security forces issued citations for six moving and three nonmoving violations.

Traffic-related incidents

May 1: Security forces responded to a report of a minor vehicle accident involving a government-owned vehicle vs. a fixed object in the Bldg. 1100 parking lot. There were no injuries.

May 2: Security forces responded to a report of a minor two-vehicle accident in the Bldg. 1540 parking lot. There were no injuries.

May 2: Security forces initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle with for failure to stop at a posted stop sign at Phantom Street and Bong Lane. The driver was cited for not having a license plate, and failure to produce a valid driver’s license, proof of insurance and registration. The driver was escorted off base and turned over to the unit supervisor.

May 5: Security forces responded to a report of a minor two-vehicle accident in Bldg. 1124 parking lot. There were no injuries.

Nonemergency responses

April 29: Security forces responded to a report of damage to government property at Bldg. 2201. The maintenance supervisor was notified the gas pump lock was broken off the gas pump nozzle. The surveillance video recorded no action due to nonoperational lights.

April 29: Security forces responded to a report of a warrant’s hit at the South Gate from Salt River Court for failure to pay. Maricopa County Sheriff’s Department arrived and took control.

April 29: Security forces responded to a report of shoplifting in Bldg. 1540. Security forces examined the Army and Air Force Exchange Service security video tape and verified the subject departed without paying. A search of the subject resulted in finding drug paraphernalia concealed in the subject’s bag. The Office of Special Investigation took control.

April 29: Security forces responded to a report of a suspicious individual in Ocotillo housing. One resident stated an unknown male was driving around peering into open garages. Security forces made contact with the subject who was issued a denial of base access for a period of two years. Glendale police took control.

April 30: Security forces responded to a report of a wanted person attempting to enter the installation at Lightning Gate. AFOSI took control.

April 30: Security forces responded to a report of individuals jumping the perimeter wall in Ocotillo housing to play on the basketball court. Glendale police took control.

May 2: Security forces responded to a report of a warrant’s hit at South Gate from Dade County Police in Florida for failure to appear. Dade was unable to extradite, and security forces denied the individual entry to the installation.

May 3: Security forces responded to a report of a shoplifting in Bldg. 1540. Security forces examined the AAFES security video tape and verified the subject departed without paying. The individual was searched with negative findings. Glendale police took control.

May 5: Security forces responded to a report of a warrant’s hit at Lightning Gate from Tempe police for failure to complete probation for reckless driving. Security forces initiated a search of the subject with negative findings. Glendale police took control.

Alarm activations:

Security forces responded to five alarm activations on base.

Tip of the week

Make sure children know how to call 911 or “0” in emergencies and how to use a public phone. Help them practice making emergency phone calls. Be sure emergency numbers for police, fire, poison control and emergency medical care are by all phones.




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