On the Security Scene

Courtesy of Landings Security

Club Car Championship

TLA Security Officers worked 66 hours staffing the Deer Creek Village and Deer Creek North gates for the Club Car Championship, which is part of the Korn Ferry Tour Schedule and these hours are billable to the Tour.  Additionally, 12 hours of assistance with patrols and 3 hours of administrative assistance were provided as well. Parking issues and other resident concerns were shared with Club management and Korn Ferry staff.

Requests for Assistance

Security and Chatham County Police Department responded to assistance requests on March 18, March 20, and March 21 at a residence on Tidewater Way. The incidents appeared to be domestic disputes between the involved parties. Peace and order were maintained, and no arrests were made.

Suspicious Incidents

On Monday, March 22 at approximately 11:15 p.m., a resident stopped at the Main Gate to report a suspicious individual with a backpack crossing the Skidaway Narrows bridge. He contacted the person to see if he lived on the island and needed a ride, and the man said no. A patrol officer located the individual walking around the Publix parking lot. The officer asked the man if he needed any assistance. He declined the offer and continued walking. The officer followed the individual and watched him walk back over the bridge off the island. No further action was taken.

Security responded to Lampwick Lane at approximately 12:25 a.m. on Wednesday, March 24, for a report of a suspicious incident. The complainant advised that they heard suspicious noises coming from their neighbor’s house and believed someone had been knocking on their back door. Officers contacted the neighbor who advised that someone had been locked out of the home. The individual knocked on the complainant’s door in an attempt to get assistance. After confirming that everything was okay, the officers advised the complainant of their findings and no further actions were needed.

Juvenile-Related Incident

On Friday, March 19, at approximately 10 p.m., Security responded to a residence on Pettigrew Drive for a report of juveniles ringing the doorbell and running away. The complainant advised that it has been occurring every night for the past week around the same time of night. Officers patrolled the area with negative results.


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

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