STREET BEAT – January 22, 2016

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The 56th Security Forces Squadron handled the following incidents Jan. 11 through 18 at Luke Air Force Base:

Tickets

Security forces issued citations for 26 moving violations and four nonmoving violations.

Traffic-related incidents

Jan. 11: Security forces responded to a report of a minor single-vehicle accident involving a fixed object at Burger King adjacent to the Shoppette. The driver refused medical treatment and was given a recommendation to have the vehicle towed for safety concerns.

Jan. 15: Security forces responded to a report of a minor two-vehicle accident in the Exchange parking garage. There were no injuries.

Emergency responses

Jan. 14: Security forces responded to a report of a gate runner at the South Gate. Further investigation revealed it was an elderly individual who was unfamiliar with proper entry procedures to the installation. The incident was determined to be nonhostile in nature. The individual was briefed on proper procedures and released.

Jan. 16: Security forces responded to a report of a domestic disturbance in base housing. Upon arrival, security forces determined no injuries were sustained and the disturbance was verbal. The unit first sergeant was contacted and took control.

Jan. 16: Security forces responded to a report of a missing person who was believed to have run away. The child was located and returned home safely.

Jan. 18: Security forces responded to a report of a medical emergency at the Exchange. Upon arrival, the individual was being treated by on-base medical services. The individual was transported to a nearby hospital for further treatment.

Nonemergency responses

Jan. 17: Security forces was notified by a local agency of a military member taken into custody for the offense of driving under the influence. The incident stemmed from a vehicle accident.

Alarm activations

Security forces responded to a report of six alarm activations on base.

Tip of the week

If possible, avoid walking alone during late-night hours. Walk in groups whenever you can. There is always safety in numbers.

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