On the Security Scene

Courtesy of Landings Security

Vehicle Accidents

On Thursday, June 27, Security responded to the intersection of Diamond Causeway and Lake Street for a two-vehicle accident with injuries. Chatham Emergency Services (CES), Skidaway Island First Responders (SIFR), and Chatham County Police Department (CCPD) already were on scene. The driver of the first vehicle stated that he had a green light and was making a left turn into The Village when he was struck by the driver of the second vehicle. However, a witness stated that the driver of the second vehicle had the green light, and the driver of the first vehicle did not yield. A review of the Avigilon camera system confirmed that the witness was correct. The driver of the second vehicle was treated on scene for her injuries and transported to the hospital for further evaluation. Both vehicles were removed from the scene by a tow truck.

While performing routine patrols, Security came upon a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of McWhorter Drive and Diamond Causeway. The Officer immediately began checking for injuries, while waiting for CCPD and CES. Upon their arrival, the Officer began assisting with traffic control. CCPD handled the investigation for the accident, so the cause of the accident is unknown. One driver was transported to the hospital for further evaluation. Both vehicles were removed from the scene by a tow truck.


On Saturday, June 29, Security responded to a residence on Franklin Creek Road South for a vandalism report. The resident advised that her rear passenger tire had been stabbed on Friday, June 28, around 6:30 p.m. The resident stated that she believes she knows the suspect responsible for the vandalism. The resident was advised to also file a report with CCPD.

Suspicious Incidents

On Wednesday, June 26, at approximately 4 a.m., Security responded to a residence on Caisson Crossing for a report of a suspicious incident. The caller advised that she had received an alert that the passenger door on her vehicle had been opened. Officers conducted a premise check but found nothing unusual.

On Friday, June 28, Security received a call from a resident on Shady Oak Lane regarding a suspicious person at her home. The resident advised that she had received an alert from her Ring doorbell camera about someone at her home. The person appeared to be walking around checking doors. The resident further advised that this was not the first time she had seen this unknown individual on her property. Security responded to the area, but there was no one around upon their arrival. The resident called back shortly after and stated that she believed her neighbor had spoken with the individual.

Traffic Safety

The Guardian Pro camera/LIDAR system remained on Landings Way South near Black Hawk Trail North. From June 26 to July 2, the system recorded 190 violations, with the highest recorded speed being 58 MPH. As of July 1, we began assessing fines for speeding violations. Between July 1 and July 2, we issued 43 total fines.














TLA Rules and Regulations Enforcement

  • Warnings were issued to residents for parking in an authorized area and placing yard debris on common property.


** 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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