BREAKING NEWS: Barriers Deployed at Fort Hood After Suspect Refuses Car Search

Screen Shot 2016-02-16 at 5.02.57 PMThe person in question is the spouse of one of the service men on base. You would think she knows the protocol.

Officials are still investigating after barriers were deployed at the gates on post this morning.

Fort Hood officials said that at approximately 5:53 a.m., a military dependent spouse was attempting to enter the Clear Creek Gate, refused a search request of their vehicle, and departed the area. The dependent then attempted to enter the post through different gates and was refused access.

During a final attempt, the individual tried to drive through the Clear Creek Gate without proper authorization, causing the grab barriers to be deployed.

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