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Compiled by the Fort Meade Directorate of Emergency Services

June 3, Driving while intoxicated: driving while under the influence of alcohol, careless or reckless driving: The Directorate of Emergency Services was notified by gate security of a vehicle that ran the gate. An investigation revealed that the vehicle was traveling at a high rate of speed, veered to the right and struck the left rear corner of vehicle No. 2, which was parked and unoccupied. The force of the impact forced vehicle No. 2 forward, where it struck the rear tailgate of vehicle No. 3, which was parked and unoccupied. The operator of vehicle No. 1 submitted to have blood drawn with results pending.

June 3, Wrongful damage of private property: The victim stated she went to her car to retrieve her car charger and noticed her car had light scratch marks on the trunk and front hood as well as both doors on the same side.

June 6, Wrongful damage of private property: The victim stated that the air in his car tires had been let out.

June 7, Shoplifting: AAFES loss prevention personnel at the Exchange observed the subject remove a box of cologne from the shelf. The subject opened the box and removed the bottle of cologne, placed it in her purse and exited the store without rendering payment.

June 9, Driving under the influence of alcohol, driving while impaired by alcohol: The Directorate of Emergency Services was notified of an individual unconscious behind the wheel of a vehicle at the 24-hour Shoppette. Units responded to the scene and observed the driver unconscious with the engine running. At the units' request, the driver underwent a field sobriety test, which he failed. He submitted to a breathalyzer, resulting in a blood alcohol content of .12 percent.

June 10, Assault: The Directorate of Emergency Services was notified of teens fighting. An investigation revealed that a verbal argument between the subject and victim turned physical when the subject began to swing at and punch the victim. The victim retaliated and punched the subject in the face, causing minor injury and ending the fight.

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