On the Security Scene

Courtesy of Landings Security


On October 27, The Landings received a call from a resident regarding an in-home theft of multiple items. The theft may have involved a house guest. The homeowner was in the process of contacting local Law Enforcement for their assistance.


On October 28, Landings Security was dispatched to a resident's home for an alleged vandalism. A statute located in the resident’s back yard was knocked over and had some damage. There were no additional reports of vandalism in the area, and no cameras covering the statute or immediate area were available.

Habitual Parking Offense

On October 28, Landings Security noticed a boat, and other prohibited vehicles in a resident’s driveway. This particular resident is a habitual offender and daily fines are being assessed until the violations are corrected.  

Guardian Pro

The Guardian Pro system logged over 300 vehicles exceeding 42 MPH on Landings Way South on Halloween. We are working with TrafficLogix and ABDi to synch their system and identify license plate numbers in our database.   

Warnings and Citations

  • A warning was issued for a dog “Running At Large”.
  • Citations were issued for Boats, trailers, and Jet Skis parked on property overnight.
  • Warnings and Citations were issued for overnight street parking.
  • A Citation was issued to a driver for operating a golf cart without a license.
  • A warning was issued for early placement of trash.

** 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 reports are provided below. **

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

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