Here are the most recent property crimes for our command. Should you have questions or need anything further with concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us for information. Thank you!
A huge thank you to everyone who has started new Neighborhood Watch Groups in our command. 14 are either new or in process just since the new year! This is a great success thus far and we look forward to many more joining in! Remember, you are the eyes and ears to your community as well as to our police officers.
2 Auto Thefts – 9600 blk of Shoshone, 4000 blk of San Mateo
5 Auto Burglaries – 5400 blk of San Antonio, 8800 blk of Cottowood, 8400 blk of Spain, 7300 blk of Gladden, 4900 blk of McLeod
Points of Entry – punched door locks, broken windows, unlocked doors or open windows.
Items Taken – IDs, FIREARMS!!!!, backpacks, car chargers, vehicle equipment
2 Residential Burglaries – 7200 blk of Laster, 2900 blk of Georgia
Points of Entry – back doors kicked in, open garage doors
Items taken – jewelry
As we have been having warmer weather, while we are out driving through our neighborhoods, we are seeing a lot of folks with open garage doors, but no one is around. It could be that you may be working out in the backyard, but your valuables are left unattended. This gives prime opportunity to our criminals who are out lurking around looking for that moment that they can enter your garage, your vehicle, or even your home and take your valuables. If you are going to be working outside, but not in sight of your garage, please take what you need out and bring it into the backyard with you and close that garage door!
Secondarily, don’t leave your garage door cracked open, even if it is a few inches. Criminals can shimmy underneath and gain entry into your car inside, items in your garage and even your home. Even animals can come in. Garages don’t need to be vented. We understand that it may be hot and this is done for comfort, but think again when leaving anything open on your home that could lead to a burglary.