Local

October 6, 2017
 

Street Beat

The 56th Security Forces Squadron handled the following incidents Aug. 21 through Sept. 24 at Luke Air Force Base:

Tickets

SFS issued citations for 114 moving and 13 non-moving violations.

Traffic-related incidents

Aug. 22: SFS responded to a report of a two-vehicle accident at the base chapel. One driver backed into the other. There were no injuries.

Aug. 24: SFS responded to a report of a two-vehicle accident at the Luke AFB Exchange. One driver backed into the other. The driver was cited. There were no injuries.

Aug. 25: SFS responded to a report of a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of Johnson Lane and Super Sabre Street. One driver failed to yield to outbound traffic and sideswiped another car. The driver was cited. There were no injuries.

Aug. 28: SFS responded to a report of a two-vehicle accident at Bldg. 1130. One driver was attempting to park a vehicle when accidentally striking a parked vehicle. The driver was cited. There were no injuries.

Aug. 28: SFS responded to a report of a two-vehicle accident. One driver backed into the other. There were no injuries.

Aug. 29: SFS responded to a report of a vehicle vs. object accident. The driver failed to ID the spotter, hitting a pole. There were no injuries.

Sept. 12: SFS responded to a report of a minor vehicle accident at the base gym. One driver pulled forward out of a parking spot striking another vehicle causing the bumper to fall off. The driver was cited. There were no injuries.

Sept. 18: SFS responded to a report of a minor two-vehicle accident at temporary lodging. One vehicle struck another while backing. SFS issued one citation for inattentive backing. There were no injuries.

Sept. 19: SFS responded to a report of a vehicle accident on Glendale Avenue adjacent to Kachina Gate. SFS directed traffic around the accident while victims were treated.

Emergency responses

Aug. 22: SFS responded to a report of a medical emergency at the commissary. The individual made complaints of heat exhaustion. The individual was transported to Abrazo West Campus for further treatment.

Aug. 23: SFS responded to a report of a medical emergency at the flight kitchen. The individual made complaints of heat-related issues. The individual was transported to Abrazo West Campus for further treatment.

Aug. 23: SFS responded to a warrant’s hit at South Gate Visitor Center. The individual was wanted by Phoenix police for violation of a court order. Phoenix police was contacted and extradited the individual.

Aug. 23: SFS responded to a report of a medical emergency in base housing. The individual made complaints of seizures. The individual was transported to Phoenix Children’s Hospital.

Aug. 24: SFS responded to a report of a medical emergency at Bldg. 500. The individual made complaints of vomiting and head injuries. The individual was transported to Abrazo West Campus for further treatment.

Aug. 26: SFS responded to a report of a gate runner at the Kachina Gate. The individual was trying to retrieve a new ID from the mission personnel flight. The driver was escorted to a visitor’s center and briefed on Luke AFB policy.

Aug. 27: SFS responded to a report of a medical emergency at the base chapel. The individual made complaints of fainting and a nose bleed. The individual was transported to Abrazo West Campus.

Aug. 27: SFS responded to a report of a medical emergency at the commissary. The individual made complaints of a possible stroke. The individual was transported to St. Joseph’s Westgate Medical Center.

Aug. 29: SFS responded to a report of a warrant’s hit from Glendale for failure to pay at South Gate Visitor Center. Glendale police denied extradition. The individual was denied entry.

Aug. 29: SFS responded to a report of a medical emergency in base housing. The individual made complaints of abdominal pain and shortness of breath. The individual was transported to Abrazo West Campus.

Aug. 30: SFS responded to a report of a medical emergency at Bldg. 913. The individual made complaints of Muscle spasms and difficulty breathing. The individual was transported to Abrazo West Campus for further treatment.

Aug. 31: SFS responded to a report of a medical emergency at base housing. The individual made complaints of dizziness/faintness. The individual was transported to Abrazo West Campus for further treatment.

Sept. 2: SFS responded to a report of a medical emergency in base housing. The individual made complaints of a fall. The individual was treated and released.

Sept. 2: SFS responded to a report of a medical emergency in base housing. The individual made complaints of seizures. The individual was treated and released.

Sept. 2: SFS responded to a report of a DUI at the South Gate. SFS detected a odor of alcohol emitting from the individual who had blood-shot eyes, slurred speech and admitted to drinking alcohol. The individual was tested with a result of .138 percent. The individual was processed and charged.

Sept. 5: SFS responded to a report of a medical emergency at the Exchange. The individual made complaints of a child’s foot stuck in a shopping cart. The individual was treated with no injuries.

Sept. 6: SFS responded to a report of a medical emergency at Bldg. 1514. The individual made complaints of breathing difficulty. The individual was treated and released.

Sept. 8: SFS responded to a report of a medical emergency in housing. The individual made complaints of a head injury. The individual was treated and released.

Sept. 8: SFS responded to a report of a medical emergency at the commissary. The individual made complaints of a scorpion bite. The individual was treated and released.

Sept. 9: SFS responded to a report of an animal neglect/child neglect call in base housing. The animal in question was deceased and the owner was requested to return to the house and was apprehended and charged with articles 92 and 134 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. The Department of Public Safety was requested to investigate possible child neglect.

Sept. 10: SFS responded to a report of a medical emergency at the base track. The individual made complaints of abdominal pains. The individual was transported to Abrazo West Campus.

Sept. 13: SFS responded to a report of an unattended child in base housing. SFS received a tip from 911 that an infant was in a crib unattended. SFS arrived on scene and made entry into the house that also had two older juveniles inside the house. Child protective services was contacted and responded.

Sept. 17: SFS responded to a report of an unlawful entry/trespassing at South Gate. A non-military affiliated civilian went through South Gate ignoring entry controllers and traffic cones. The subject was stopped and detained. Glendale police took control.

Sept. 18: SFS responded to a report of a medical emergency at the Luke AFB track. The patient was complaining of chest pain and transported to Abrazo West Campus.

Sept. 21: SFS received a phone call via the 911 system to report a medical emergency on base. A child had fallen down and transported by the father to the hospital for treatment.

Sept. 22: SFS was conducting duty at South Gate when a vehicle struck a curb damaging the vehicle. SFS personnel suspected and confirmed with a field sobriety and blood tests, the driver was under the influence. The suspect received an Article 111 for drunken driving. The suspect was released to the unit first sergeant.

Sept. 23: SFS responded to a report of a medical emergency at one of the dorms. The patient was complaining of severe chest pains and numbness in legs. The patient was transported to Abrazo West Campus.

Non-emergency
responses

Aug. 28: SFS identified an unsecured facility at Bldg. 810. The building custodian conducted a walkthrough of the building with negative findings. The building was secured.

Sept. 13: SFS responded to a report of damage to government property. The individual made complaints of scratches to the passenger side of the car. There are no suspects.

Sept. 22: SFS responded to a report of damage to personal property at a base parking lot. The individual complained of a two-foot by six-inch scratch on the hood of the vehicle. No suspects at this time.

Alarm activations

SFS responded to 27 alarm activations on base.

Courtesy of Staff Sgt. Gabriel Solazzo and Senior Airman Jared Whitaker, 56th SFS




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