On the Security Scene

Courtesy of Landings Security

Suspicious Incidents

On Tuesday, April 14, at approximately 8:00 PM, Security responded to a suspicion person call. Upon making contact with the person, it was determined he may have been under the influence of alcohol or another substance. CCPD was dispatched and the person stated he had two beers but refused a breathalyzer test. Since officers did not witness the man driving, a field sobriety test was not administered. However, CCPD would not allow the man to drive and agreed to take him somewhere off-island. His vehicle was towed from the scene. The resident who sponsored the guest’s visit was contacted and informed of the incident. She was truly apologetic and realized the implications of her guest’s behavior.

Security responded to Sound Point Retreat on Monday, April 13, at approximately 3:30 a.m. for a report of a juvenile ringing a resident’s doorbell and running off. The resident advised that the individual was in a dark colored sedan. Patrol officers searched the area as well as surrounding areas with negative results. No further reports were received. The resident provided a video from her doorbell camera of the suspect, and Security is attempting to identify the individual. Extra patrols are being performed in the area.

On Friday, April 10, Landings Security responded to the area of Springfield Cross for a report of a suspicious vehicle. The complainant advised that the vehicle was driving around the area, and an individual was going through bulk trash which had been placed curbside for collection. Security patrolled the area and surrounding streets with negative results.

Assistance Request

Security responded to Landings Harbor Marina on Tuesday, April 14, to assist with Marina staff with non-compliance issues relating to COVID-19 and social distancing. Although there are signs posted in the area advising residents and guests that access to the facility is restricted to boating operations only, the Marina staff advised that the signs were not being adhered to at that time. Security staff assisted Marina personnel in blocking off certain areas and making signs more visible. Further measures will be considered as needed.

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

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