Health & Safety

July 25, 2014

Street Beat

Staff Sgt. Travis Dulworth
56th SFS

The 56th Security Forces Squadron handled the following incidents July 15 through 20:

Tickets

Security forces issued citations for seven moving violations.

Traffic-related incidents

July 19: Security forces conducted a traffic stop for erratic driving and speeding, and detained a civilian driver for suspicion of underage drinking and driving while impaired. Glendale police responded and took custody of the driver. An active-duty member was also apprehended for suspicion of Article 92 Violation of a lawful order or regulation and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

Emergency responses

July 20: Security forces received a report of an active-duty member who made a suicidal gesture. The subject was located and transported to West Valley Hospital for further evaluations. Upon release, the subject will be facing an Article 112a Wrongful use, possession, of controlled substances charge.

Nonemergency responses

July 15: Security forces was notified of a warrant’s hit for failure to appear on moving traffic offense at South Gate Visitors Center. The wanted individual was attempting to deliver furniture on-base. Maricopa County Sherriff’s Office deputies arrived and transported the individual to 4th Avenue Jail in Phoenix.

July 18: Security forces was notified of an active-duty member behaving erratically and possibly under the influence of an unknown substance. Security forces arrived on scene and made contact with subject. Consent to search the subjects room was obtained and six “Dust Off” aerosol cans were confiscated. The subject was advised of their rights for violation of Uniform Code of Military Justice Article 112a Use of a dangerous substance.

Alarm activations

Security forces responded to two alarm activations.

Tip of the week

Protecting family and property starts at home. Taking personal safety measures, teaching children family rules and getting involved with neighbors are all ways to reduce the risk of becoming a victim.




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