After Singh allegedly climbed a security fence to enter the facility, he told officers that he “had consumed Tequila that evening and was only there seeking a meal and a place to stay,” according to an arrest affidavit.
Singh allegedly produced a New York driver’s license and a credit card for the officers. He also had another person’s wallet on him at the time, which he said belonged to someone he worked with.
The property is marked with several signs that say, “U.S. GOVT. PROPERTY NO TRESPASSING,” according to the affidavit.
Singh was taken to the Alexandria Detention Center and is due back in court on May 27.
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