On the Security Scene
On Tuesday, October 6, Security and Chatham County Police Department (CCPD) responded to the corner of Brandenberry Road and Morning Marsh Lane for a report of a golf cart striking a mailbox and driving into some brush. Upon arrival, officers spoke with the driver of the golf cart, who refused medical attention. Officers detected what appeared to be the smell of an alcoholic beverage, and CCPD officers utilized a preliminary breath test (PBT) as the driver refused a field sobriety test. The driver was taken into custody and cited for DUI.
On Monday, October 5, Security responded to Landings Way South near Tamarind Lane for a report of a single-vehicle accident. The driver of the vehicle stated she had been driving down Landings Way South and fallen asleep at the wheel. When she woke up, she discovered that she had hit the one-way sign at Tamarind Lane. The driver stated she did not require medical attention. There were some damages to her vehicle, and the sign post she hit required replacement. Chatham Emergency Services (CES) and CCPD were not dispatched at her request.
Security responded to a residence on Friday, October 2, for a medical emergency. Upon arrival, the officer learned that the call had been cancelled. While attempting to leave the area, she noticed an individual signaling for her to stop. The officer made contact with the individual who advised their spouse had become angry regarding the medical call and refused to allow the individual back into the home. After assessing the situation, CCPD was contacted and appeared to resolve the conflict. Both parties returned to the home without further incident.
Security responded to a residence on Bray Lane for a report of a theft on Saturday, October 3. The complainant advised that she noticed the keypad for ther garage was open, though she and her husband rarely use it. Upon further inspection, she realized that a heat fan, brass hose fittings, and two hose timers appeared to be missing. The estimated value of the items is $150. There were no signs of forced entry, so it is believed that someone knew the code or happened to guess it. The resident already had replaced the missing items and changed the garage code.
On Friday, October 2, Security responded to the RV parking lot for a report of vandalism. The complainants advised that they had noticed what appeared to be paintball splatter on the driver’s side of their RV. Security staff reviewed camera footage, but the RV was not within the camera’s view. The residents declined the assistance of CCPD.
Security responded to a residence on Blount Lane on Wednesday, October 7, for a report of a suspicious incident. The complainant advised that someone was shining a flashlight in her window. Upon arrival, officers checked the perimeter and found nothing unusual. Extra patrols will be performed in the area.
This article was originally published by The Landings Association on their website. Visit landings.org to read the original article. https://landings.org/news/2020/10/09/security-scene