From DeKalb Police via CrimeMapping.com
From DeKalb Police via CrimeMapping.com: Theft on Hunting Valley Dr; Property damage on Desmond Dr.
From DeKalb Police via CrimeMapping.com: larceny on Wood Trail Ln
From DeKalb Police via CrimeMapping. com: a larceny on Willivee Dr
From DeKalb police via CrimeMapping.com
From DeKalb Police via crimemapping.com
From DeKalb police via CrimeMapping.com. No other details available.
|Description||Case #||Location||Date||Map It|
|DISORDERLY CONDUCT 16-49||11-031314||800 BLOCK GAYLEMONT CIR`||3/22/2011 5:24:00 PM||Map It|
|ENTERING AN AUTOMOBILE 16-8-18||11-031270||600 BLOCK MEDLOCK RD||3/20/2011 6:00:00 PM||Map It|
|LARCENY||11-031339||2400 BLOCK Hunting Valley DR||3/15/2011 6:07:00 PM||Map It|
|LARCENY FREE TEXT (ATTEMPT)||11-030845||2400 BLOCK WOOD TRAIL LN||3/21/2011 3:30:00 PM||Map It|
|FRAUD - IMPERSONATION||11-032216||1000 BLOCK WILLIVEE DR||3/13/2011 2:00:00 PM||Map It|
Sunday, two Sagamore Hill neighbors encountered three young men walking along the CSX railway from Mason Mill Park toward North Druid Hills Road carrying some kind of rifles. The neighbors called a CHCA board member who called 911 and the police arrived within minutes and accosted the young men. No details were reported on what kind of guns they had, but the police thanked the neighbors for calling it in. County ordinance prohibits firing any weapons within 1500 feet of any residence, and there is no location within Mason Mill Park that is not within 1500 feet of residences. County ordinance also prohibits paint "in any form" within any park. That should include paint ball as well as the spray paint used by vandals, both of which have also been seen in the park. We recommend calling 911 if you see or hear guns in the park or if you see people with paint.
From the OneDeKalb initiative of the county's CEO: Be My Neighbor! Effective Neighborhood Watch Programs. Neighborhood watch groups are effective because they decrease opportunities for criminals to commit crime. The added bonus is the cohesiveness it provides between members of your community. This workshop will educate you on the most effective ways of identifying and reporting suspicious activity and mobilizing your neighborhood watch program:
Of possible interest from Emory's IT division: While websites designed for social networking are not new, they have continued to grow and change over time. They help people not only keep in touch with each other, but also with organizations and activities that interest them. They have also become a new ground for scams and stalkers.
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