BETHEL HOUSING — Authorities have confirmed that there was an “emergency call” at an off base housing complex on Monday morning.
The 633d Security Forces Squadron responded to “an emergency call” in the Bethel Housing complex early Monday morning, according to a statement to WYDaily from Joint Base Langley-Eustis’ 633d Air Base Wing Public Affairs.
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The public affairs office did not elaborate as to the specifics of the emergency call, but did note that, at the time of the incident, “there was no remaining threat to the community.”
“The safety of our members and their families is of the upmost importance to us as we continue to work with our community partners,” the statement read. “For further inquiry, please contact York-Poquoson Sherriff’s office [YPSO], as they are leading the incident investigation.”
On Monday at approximately 4:31 a.m. YPSO deputies responded to a stabbing report at the Landings at Langley in the Bethel Housing complex of Big Bethel Road in York County, said Shelley Ward, YPSO spokesperson.
According to YPSO crime reports, the stabbing is listed as an “assault, aggravated domestic” incident at the “000 block” of Raptor Blvd.
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