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"Neighborhood Watch" in Action

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 09, 2013 11:54 am
Post subject: "Neighborhood Watch" in Action

I'm posting this notice in concern for our Community and my neighbors and to let you know, that "We have had another attempted "Burgulary" in our sub-division." Fortunately, no one was home, no one was hurt and nothing was taken.
This incident happened around 4:30 p.m. on Friday, September 6th. at the corner of Rolling Oaks Lane and Ridge View Drive. The perputrator was noticed by a Community Member that was stopped at the STOP SIGN at that inter-section "He noticed a person running across the street to a parked car after The Victim's Alarm was activated, when the back door was kicked in , scaring the Low Life away. The person, who noticed the incident, as it unfolded was able to get the license number of the vehicle and relayed it to the owner of the property, who in turn, gave it to the Sheriff's Deputy that responded to a phone call.
It is everyones responsibility to watch out for our Neighborhood and our Neighbors. Please "REPORT" any suspicious activity to the Sheriff's Department. We, (All of Us) need to do this to protect ourselves and our Properties.
Always, be aware of your surroundings and Provide as much information as you can. Never put yourself or someone else in "Harms Way" but keep a watchful eye out and call the Sheriff's Department to "Report Suspicious Activities" to help alleviate these situations.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 09, 2013 9:45 pm
Post subject: Re: "Neighborhood Watch" in Action

Great news. hopefully they will be able to catch them!

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