Crime Watch June 2017 

May Crime Watch Report

Hello Town Creek residents! As the weather becomes more pleasant and we spend more time outdoors with recreational activities or even working in the yard, please be aware of open garage doors, gates, too sheds etc. Although I am very pleased to inform you that crime in the neighborhood was very low in April, we have had an increase in strangers walking the alleys. The predominant crimes committed in our area are crimes of opportunity, so please do not provide the opportunity, and report any suspicious activity.

In addition to the many alley walkers, there have been several instances of solicitors in our area that have turned out to not be solicitors after all. Be very careful who you speak with at your front door and never let them in your house.

Our patrol officers were provided a new phone this month, as the previous phone was having occasional issues.


Town Creek / Forest Meadow Criminal incidents in April:

April 15, in the 9500 block of Fallbrook, theft – suspect removed flag markers

April 27, in the 9400 block of Timberleaf, Assault/burglary of habitation – unknown suspect entered residence and committed assault.

April 28, in the 9400 block of Meadowknoll, vandalism – unknown suspects damaged resident’s property

April 28, in the 8600 block of Meadowknoll, theft – mirrors stolen from vehicle

Other notable incidents:

April 14th, Crime Watch officer stopped a man walking in an alley on Moss Farm shortly after midnight. The man said he was walking home from Walmart to apartments on Royal Lane. The man had a valid Oklahoma ID and no warrants. He was told not to walk in the neighborhood alleys in the dark.

Calls to Crime Watch Officers in April:

Suspicious persons 13

Suspicious persons Located and asked to leave 4

Open Garage Doors 3

False Alarm 2

Nuisance 5


Please never hesitate to call the Crime Watch officers or 911 to report suspicious activity. Notifying Crime Watch or 911 of suspicious activity can help prevent problems before crimes are committed, and it sends a message to any people with bad intentions that this is not a neighborhood for criminal opportunity. The area allocation of regular duty officers is based on recent 911 call data so please do not hesitate to call. Stay safe out there!

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