On the Security Scene

Golf Cart Complaints

Security responded to Landings Harbor on Friday, May 15, for a report of a cart with four or five teenage girls driving recklessly. The complainant advised that he had been run off the cart path while traveling on Bartram Road toward the marina, and the driver of the cart appeared to be an unlicensed driver. The complainant provided the cart number, and Security identified the owner and attempted to locate the cart without success. Approximately 15 minutes later, while patrolling near Peregrine Crossing, Security spotted the golf cart and contacted the driver, who was, in fact, an unlicensed driver. Contact was made with the driver’s parents, who requested Security to escort the cart back to the residence. Upon arrival, the officer advised the parents of the initial complaint. Additionally, a $30 citation for unlicensed golf cart operation was issued as Security has stopped this individual on previous occasions. Further violations of this nature will result in a recommendation for the suspension of membership privileges.

Suspicious Incidents

On Friday, May 15, Security responded to a residence on Turtle Lane for a suspicious incident. The resident stated that she had gone outside to fill her birdbath in the front yard and discovered that someone had placed what appeared to be dog feces in the birdbath. The resident believes she may know the perpetrator. She was advised to notify Security if she witnessed anyone trespassing or other suspicious activities.

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

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