October 31, 2019

Report for Virginia-Highland Security Patrol for October 2019

SEPTEMBER 22, 2019 through OCTOBER 19, 2019
FBAC Security Patrol
September 22, 2019 through October 19, 2019
                        The Activity Report is a summary of what our FBAC Patrol Officers do on their shifts
Directed Patrols:  26
Drop ins/Park and Walks:  20
Suspicious person:  3
Alarm Response:  4
Suspicious Vehicle:  1
Parking Complaints: 2
Noise Complaints:  0
Out of town Checks:  12
Abandoned Auto:  0
FBAC member Contact: 3
Lost Person:  0
Street Obstruction:  0
Wanted Persons:  0
Intoxicated Persons:  0
Found Property:  0
Criminal Trespass:  0
Info for Officers:  4
Shots Fired:  0
Calls for service (cell Phone):  4

Robbery/Car Jacking 1025 N. Highland Av
On September 26, 2019, police responded to the Chevron gas station at 1025 N Highland Ave in response to a call regarding a carjacked vehicle.  The female victim had been pumping gas at pump 7 at approximately 1:15 PM and as she finished a black male with a bald head wearing a gray shirt and black shorts exited a gold Honda parked at pump 8 and approached her asking for help.  The victim stated that she did not carry any cash, at which point the suspect pulled out a black handgun and told her to “come here.”  When she did not comply, the suspect yelled “come here” while continuing to brandish the weapon at her.  The victim gave her purse and car keys to the suspect, who got into her black 2017 Jeep Wrangler two-door.  The suspect fled the location in the victim’s car, leaving behind the gold Honda, and headed north on N Highland Ave.  Information about the stolen vehicle was immediately placed into the license plate reader system and a look-out notification was given city wide and to neighboring jurisdictions.  The gold Honda Accord abandoned by the suspect was identified as a vehicle stolen earlier that morning from Bibb County.  Police were able to track the victim’s iPhone (from inside her stolen purse).  The last known tracked location was on Courtney Drive.  Units searched the area and located the cell phone, but the vehicle was not found.  Debit and credit cards that had been in a case with the phone were missing, but had not been used.  In addition to the victim’s statement, police recovered surveillance footage from the Chevron’s security cameras, which was handed over to investigators.
The usual reminder as the Holidays approach is always to mind your surroundings.  Do not leave packages or items of valuable in your vehicle.  Stay on alert when walking to and from your vehicle at shopping malls and other retail locations. Try to get your packages as quickly as possible from your homes that are dropped off by USPS, FED-EX and UPS.  STAY ALERT!
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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