APRIL 21, 2019 through May 25, 2019
FBAC Security Patrol
April 21, 2019 through May 25, 2019
The Activity Report is a summary of what our FBAC Patrol Officers do on their shifts
Directed Patrols: 22
Drop ins/Park and Walks: 18
Suspicious person: 2
Alarm Response: 2
Suspicious Vehicle: 2
Parking Complaints: 15
Noise Complaints: 1
Out of town Checks: 18
Abandoned Auto: 0
FBAC member Contact: 2
Lost Person: 0
Street Obstruction: 0
Wanted Persons: 0
Intoxicated Persons: 0
Found Property: 0
Criminal Trespass: 0
Info for Officers: 5
Shots Fired: 0
Calls for service (cell Phone): 3
Burglary 800-Block Briarcliff Terrace
On April 22, 2019 at approximately 5:45 PM, police responded to a burglary call on the 800-block of Briarcliff Terrace. The victim reported that her window-mounted A/C unit was stolen. Her apartment building had been evacuated due to damage from a falling tree which shut off water and power to the building. She had returned around 3:00 PM on April 21 to feed her fish, and the A/C unit was still in the rear bedroom window of her apartment. However, upon returning on April 22, the unit was missing. There were no signs of forced entry and the victim stated no one else had a copy of her key. The door and deadbolt were still locked. Contractors had been working in the building to repair the tree damage, but there was no obvious sign of foot traffic near the back window where the A/C unit had been removed. No cameras were seen in the area and no fingerprints were able to be recovered.
Burglary 800-Block N. Highland Ave
On May 12, police responded to a larceny call at an apartment complex in the 800 block of Highland Ave. The victim stated that approximately 20 mailboxes were broken into between 7:00 PM and 9:40 PM. Additionally, a storage unit adjacent to the mailboxes had been opened but was not visibly damaged. The victim stated that she found miscellaneous items from the storage unit hidden under one of the staircases in the apartment complex. It is unknown what mail or other items may have been taken from the boxes.
If you see someone or something suspicious please report it to the police. When driving or out walking keep an eye out in the neighborhood, what you see and report just might prevent a crime.
Reminder: All members call 911 first if you see a crime in progress or a suspicious person or activity, and then call the FBAC Phone.
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