Crime Watch March 2017 

January Crime Watch Report

Hello Town Creek Residents!  As you all know, the Crime Watch Patrol number changed to the new 2017 number on February 15.  Please keep the new number in an easily accessible location and consider adding it to the contacts in your mobile phone.

For our new members, the phone carried by our Crime Watch Patrol Officers is capable of texting and receiving photos for real-time situation reports and descriptions.  The Officers have found this means of communication to be another valuable tool.  Calling will always be an option, but text messaging is another great way to get information to the officers quickly, and it is very easy for them to reference back to the information as needed.

Town Creek / Forest Meadow Criminal incidents in January:

  • January 2, in the 9600 block of Arborhill Vandalism – criminal Mischief
  • January 3, in the 9500 block of Robin Meadow, Vandalism – criminal Mischief
  • January 6, in the 9600 block of Vista Oaks, burglary of a residence
  • January 11, in the 9400 block of Windy Knoll, a school bus hit a residents car.
  • January 12, in the 9500 block of Windy Knoll, burglary of a residence
  • January 12, in the 9400 block of Meadowknoll, burglary of motor vehicle (not on the DAW website but a police report has been filed)
  • January 16, in the 9600 block of Whitehurst, package theft from front porch.  Officer Chau recovered the open box and baby items several houses down the street. (no police report has been filed)
  • January 21, in the 9400 block of Meadowknoll, vehicular hit and run

Calls to Crime Watch Officers in January:

  • Suspicious Persons 29
  • Suspicious Persons Located and Asked to Leave 11
  • Open Garage Doors 2
  • False Alarm 2
  • Nuisance in the area 9

Other notable incidents:

  • Jan 2, on Timberleaf, kids jumped the fence and threw lawn furniture in the pool
  • Jan 3, Arbor Park, officer Nguyen chased a coyote back into the creek
  • January 9, 9000 block of Meadowknoll, black male hopped rear fence and was caught looking into the house.

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.  Stay safe!

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