Army identifies man who stole Humvee and crashed it at Fort Stewart as a combat veteran

Source: Instagram

Update: The Army has identified the man responsible for crashing a stolen vehicle into Fort Stewart’s post’s headquarters building on Monday.

Treamon Dominic Lacy, 39, was charged in federal court in Georgia with theft of government property and destruction of government property, according to ABC.

Source: Liberty County Jail

Fort Stewart officials said Lacy left the Army as a staff sergeant after serving from 2002 to 2013.

He was a wheeled-vehicle mechanic who deployed twice to Iraq.

Earlier: A person was arrested after a HMMWV or “Humvee” drove through the front of the 3rd Infantry Division headquarters on Fort Stewart Monday morning.

U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Division and Military Police responded to the scene of the crash.

The driver was said to have had military experience but is not on active duty and has been arrested.

According to WTOC, the crash occurred around 10 a.m. and nobody was injured.

An unconfirmed report from TerminalCWO claims the driver is homeless and managed to steal the Humvee before crashing.

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