On the Security Scene

Suspicious Incidents

On Thursday, July 25, Security responded to Gray Heron Retreat for a report of a suspicious incident. The resident advised that an unknown person had used his Sam’s Club account to purchase a watch valued at $1,900 and had it delivered to his address while he was out of town. The account information was saved to the home computer, and it is believed that a contractor may have accessed the computer while performing work in the residence. CCPD is investigating this incident as a forgery due to a family member’s credit card being used; therefore, it is not considered a Part 1 Crime.

On Saturday, July 27, Security responded to the Marsh Tower area for a report of a suspicious vehicle driving on the cart path. The responding officer located the vehicle in question and identified the individuals in the vehicle as a resident and his guest. The resident stated that he had driven on the cart path as he was unaware how to access the lagoon located near the 13th tee of the Magnolia Golf Course. The officer explained the rules concerning fishing on The Landings Club property. The resident and his guest left the area.

Juvenile Related Incident

On Tuesday, July 30, Security received several reports from the area of Dame Kathryn Drive regarding vehicles having been egged. There also was a report of vehicles on Willeford Drive being egged. No damages were reported, and no suspects have been identified. It is believed the responsible individuals were juveniles traveling in a golf cart. Extra patrols will be performed in the area.

This article was originally published by The Landings Association on their website.

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