On the Security Scene

Courtesy of Landings Security

Golf Cart Accident

On Thursday, September 30, Security received a report of a golf cart vs. golf cart accident without injuries. The caller advised she was coming from the cart path to turn onto Tidewater Way when a cart coming down Tidewater Way ran into the side of her. The caller provided the cart number of the other cart, and contact was made with the owner. Both involved parties provided their version of the events. There were no witnesses to the incident, and both parties had left the scene without contacting Security or Chatham County Police Department (CCPD).



A resident stopped at the Main Gate on Sunday, October 3, to report a theft. The resident advised that he always kept a leather pouch containing his golf winnings in his golf cart. He noticed the pouch was missing earlier in the day. The pouch contained approximately $150, and it could have gone missing within the past 10 days. The resident requested that Security keep an eye out for the pouch as it contains sentimental value. It is a leather pouch with “The Landings” on it that he received approximately 10 years ago at a golf tournament. Please notify Security if found.


On Thursday, September 30, Security responded to Landings Harbor Marina for a report of vandalism. The complainant advised that he observed two male juveniles at the Tiki Bar, and one of them had used a knife to carve something into the door. The juveniles were identified with information provided by the complainant. When asked why he vandalized the Tiki Bar, the individual responsible stated that he “just wanted to.” A parent was notified of the incident and advised that they will be held responsible for any necessary repairs.

** Please note that a brief synopsis is provided for pertinent incidents that Security responds to during the week. All incidents are not covered in the weekly recap. Statistics for all reports are provided below. **


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

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