On the Security Scene

Courtesy of Landings Security


While performing routine facility checks on Wednesday, July 29, Security observed graffiti on the exterior wall of the pump station at the Sparrow Field. It is unknown when the graffiti occurred or who is responsible.

Missing Child

On Friday, July 31, Security patrols responded to the area of Morning Marsh Road and Yam Gandy Road for a report of a missing child. A resident notified Security that, while traveling via a golf cart to a relative’s nearby home, her grandson had ridden ahead on his bicycle and disappeared from her view. While searching the area for the boy, the resident contacted the Main Gate to report that her grandson had been located at the relative’s home.

Disturbing the Peace

Security responded to the area of Harvest Lane and Hoptree Crossing from a noise complaint on Friday, July 31. Upon arrival in the area, loud music could be heard coming from a residence on Hoptree Crossing. The officer spoke with the residents, who advised that they had a party that had just ended. Extra patrols were conducted to ensure there were no further issues, and no additional complaints were received.

Suspicious Incidents

On Saturday, August 1, Security responded to a residence on Franklin Creek Road South for a report of a suspicious incident. The resident stated that a square foot of sod from her front yard had been removed. She believed it had been removed at some point during the previous night, and she was not sure who would have removed it. Extra patrols were performed in the area throughout the weekend.

On Saturday, August 1, Security responded to Shaftesbury Lane for a report of a suspicious incident. The caller stated that her dogs were barking at something behind her home, and she was concerned that someone was in her yard. Officers conducted a premise check around the residence and checked Shaftesbury Lane as well as Hetherington Lane with negative findings. Extra patrols currently are being performed in the area based on previous suspicious incidents.

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

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