On the Security Scene

Courtesy of Landings Security


On Tuesday, August 25, Landings Security responded to a residence on Chatuachee Crossing for a report of an accident. Upon arrival, the officer spoke with a commercial vendor who stated that he was backing out of the resident’s driveway and hit the driver’s side door of the resident’s parked vehicle. Both parties declined calling Chatham County Police Department (CCPD) and agreed to handle it among themselves.

On Tuesday, August 25, Landings Security made contact with the driver of a vehicle that had struck the Main Gate barrier arm. The driver of the vehicle, who was not a Landings resident, stated that he wanted to pressure wash a house and appeared unsure of where he was. CCPD and Chatham Emergency Services (CES) were contacted as the driver appeared to be impaired in some way. CCPD notified the man’s brother who advised that the driver recently had started taking a new medication. After being cleared by CES personnel, the man was released to his brother, and his vehicle was removed from the scene by his sister-in-law.


Landings Security and CCPD responded to a residence on Sweet Fern Retreat for a report of theft on Thursday, August 20. The resident advised that various pieces of jewelry valued at approximately $4,000 were missing from a jewelry bag kept in her room. It is unknown when the jewelry went missing, and the resident was not sure of the last time she had anyone in the home other than the cleaning lady. No signs of forced entry were discovered, and CCPD is investigating.


Landings Security responded to Westcross Road between Belle Isle Lane and Covey Point Lane on Saturday, August 22, for a report of a vandalized sign. Upon arrival, the officer found that someone had spray painted a derogatory word on a speed limit sign. The officer removed the sign and placed it at Public Works. No suspects have been identified.

Suspicious Incidents

On Saturday, August 22, Landings Security responded to Seawatch Drive for a report of a suspicious vehicle going door-to-door and possibly soliciting. Upon arrival, the officer made contact with the driver, who was a census taker and authorized to be on property. The complainant was advised of the officer’s findings.

Landings Security responded to a residence on Franklin Creek Road North on Thursday, August 20, for a report of a suspicious incident. Upon arrival, the resident advised that her flagpole holder had been damaged and she discovered what appeared to be human feces on her property the previous day. The resident felt that she knew who may be responsible but did not want to accuse someone without proof. Extra patrols will be performed in the area.

On Thursday, August 20, Landings Security responded to a residence on Monastery Road for a report of a suspicious incident. The resident advised that someone was shining a light through her bedroom window. Security checked the exterior of the home and patrolled the area with negative findings.

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

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