On the Security Scene

Courtesy of Landings Security

Shots Fired Incident

On Tuesday, February 23, at approximately 10:55 p.m., Security and Chatham County Police Department (CCPD) responded to several calls of what appeared to be automatic gunfire in the Midpoint area. CCPD confirmed the gunfire, and Security blocked off the area between Little Comfort and Hoptree Cross. The reported gun shots appear to have been associated with a single person and incident. CCPD arrested two Landings residents on various charges, and no one was injured by the gunfire. CCPD’s Public Information Office has released a statement regarding this incident. The new release can be found on their website (https://police.chathamcountyga.gov/Media/Newsroom). Residents are encouraged to opt in for Swift911 alerts TLA sends out in cases such as this. This article contains a link to a video that walks you through the steps to sign up for Swift911. https://landings.org/news/2020/08/06/sign-today-swift911%C2%A0

Dog Attack

Security responded to a residence regarding a dog attack on Sunday, February 21. The resident advised that he was taking his dog for a bike ride in the Becks Retreat area when he noticed a man with a dog not on a leash. As he rode past, the dog began to run behind the bicycle and started biting at his dog. There were no noticeable injuries on his dog. Security attempted to make contact with the possible owner of the unknown dog, but the attempts were unsuccessful. The report was provided to Chatham Animal Control.

Reckless Driving Incident

On Wednesday, February 17, a resident contacted Security to report a reckless driving incident. The resident advised that they had been passed on Landings Way South by another vehicle at a high rate of speed in a no passing area. Security was able to identify the vehicle’s owner with information provided by the complainant. The vehicle’s owner informed the officer that his teenager was operating the vehicle at the time of the incident. After thanking the officer for the information, he stated that the issue would be addressed and offered an apology to the complainant.

Suspicious Vehicle

Security responded to Deer Run for a report of a suspicious vehicle on Tuesday, February 23. Upon arrival, the officer met with an Instacart delivery driver who informed him that the vehicle’s battery died. Attempts to jump the battery had failed so a tow truck was called to retrieve the vehicle. Two cones were placed behind the vehicle until it could be removed. The officer provided the delivery driver a ride to the Main Gate where she was picked up by relatives.

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

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