On the Security Scene

Courtesy of Landings Security

Golf Cart Incident

On Wednesday, September 9, a resident reported a near-miss incident with a golf cart, which appeared to be driven by an unlicensed operator. The complainant provided a picture of the golf cart in question in order for Security to follow up with the individual. Upon further investigation, it appeared the golf cart decals had been altered. After narrowing down the possibilities of the correct registration number, Security identified the owners and made contact with them regarding the incident. The juvenile who was driving the cart took responsibility for his actions and provided his version of the incident. The golf cart was re-registered, and a citation was issued for unlicensed golf cart operation, which was paid by the juvenile. The juvenile and his parents also met with the Security Director to follow-up on the incident.

Missing Person

Security responded to a residence on Pineside Lane for a report of a missing person on Saturday, September 12. The resident stated that his wife had left the residence, and she occasionally becomes disoriented. Officers patrolled the surrounding area and located the woman approximately 15 minutes later. No further actions were necessary.

Gas Leak

While performing routine patrols on Monday, September 14, a Security officer notified the Main Gate of a gas leak on Deer Creek Drive after noticing the smell of natural gas in the area. Contractors laying fiber for Comcast struck a gas line while working. Chatham Emergency Services (CES) arrived on scene and confirmed the leak, which was reported to Atlanta Gas. Traffic was diverted around the area until Atlanta Gas arrived on scene and made the necessary repairs.

Verbal Dispute

On Sunday, September 13, Security and Chatham County Police Department (CCPD) responded to Landings Harbor in reference to a verbal altercation. The complainant advised that 5-6 individuals on a golf cart were harassing him and his guests while they were fishing on the pier. He stated the individuals appeared to be intoxicated and were saying inappropriate things. Unfortunately, by the time officers arrived, the involved parties had left the area. Extra patrols were performed in the area in an attempt to identify the individuals on the golf cart.

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