On the Security Scene
Security responded to Landings Harbor Marina on Thursday, March 28 for a report of theft from a boat. The resident who owns the boat stated that an Amp 25 Feet Cord was stolen from his boat sometime between March 15 and March 28. The cord is valued at approximately $125. The resident did not want to contact CCPD.
A resident on Galphin Lane contacted Security on Friday, March 29 to report that some packages had been stolen from her doorstep. She stated that she received an email from UPS confirming delivery of the packages around 2:30 p.m. When she returned home from work around 6 p.m., the packages were missing. The resident did not want to contact CCPD. Extra patrols will be performed in the area. This was a separate incident than the theft of packages last week caught on the Ring.com (Nest) camera. Staff issued various delivery drivers (UPS, FedExp, USPS, Amazon Prime, etc.) flyers with Security’s contact information and a photo of the suspect caught on the camera. The drivers were requested to remain vigilant and call Security for any suspicious persons or vehicles.
While performing routine patrols on Shellwind Drive, a Security officer noticed a deer running along the side of the road. The animal suddenly changed course and cut in front of the vehicle causing the Security officer to strike it. Fortunately, the officer was not injured, and the deer was able to get up and run back into the woods. The vehicle had some minor damages to the driver’s side front bumper.
A resident on Buckthorn Lane contacted Security on Friday, March 29 to report some suspicious activity with his mail in the past few weeks. He stated that his daughter had received two birthday cards that had been partially opened on Friday, March 15. The cards were in bright-colored envelopes and were slightly bulky due to their design. On Thursday, March 28, his son received an invitation in the mail which also had a bulky feel to it, and the envelope was partially opened. Extra patrols will be performed in the area, and the resident was requested to inform the US Postal Inspector Service of the incidents.
Staff and literally hundreds of volunteers celebrated a 2nd year of the 2nd Web.com Tour golf event in Deer Creek last week (March 25th – 31st). The Military Appreciation Day on Saturday was a huge success, and was very well received by the young and older generation. The Military staff also seemed to enjoy their day, and were very thankful of the words of gratitude and encouragement received.
This article was originally published by The Landings Association on their website. Visit landings.org to read the original article. https://landings.org/news/2019/04/04/security-scene