Seems that the hurricane caught me off guard and I did post Phil’s August/September Neighborhood Watch Report. Here it is now:
During the last half of AUGUST to the present date of SEPTEMBER 12, 2016 based on Orange County Sheriff’s crime statistics listed on the OCSO web site we have had ONLY ONE reported crime and that was a Residential Burglary in the 20500 Block of Quinn St. A Commercial Burglary on Maxim Pkwy, a Stolen vehicle on Nettleton ST., an Auto burglary on Ortega St., and a Residential Burglary on Quinn St. All in the 20 Thousand Block. (East of Bancroft).The only other crime noted was a residential Burglary on LANSDOWNE on June 25th.
I know we have had other crimes. One in particular was the theft of the 250 Pick-up on Nettleton on 30 August. The only explanation that I can come up with is the fact that this is an election year an incumbent wants to see lower crime rates.
I need to get the word out to our residents that in order to be a good responsible member of Neighborhood Watch in our community when we see a crime in progress or suspicious activity we need to FIRST call the Sheriff, SECOND call me, and THIRD then and only then post on Face Book. Just posting on Face book does not satisfy any of the stated requirements.
This year we will again celebrate NHW NIGHT OUT with an ice cream social in the park, balloons and face painting for the kids on Tuesday OCTOBER 4th . Be sure and mark your calendars as we expect a record number of participants this year due to the Face Book Neighborhood Watch membership. Turn your lights on, lock your doors and meet us at 6:30 to 9:00 PM in the Wedgefield Park on Mansfield.
Speaking of Face Book on a happy note EVELYN RODRIGUEZ PEREZ continues to keep our Wedgefield NHW Face Book page neighborly and smooth running with a current membership of 1,265. Way to go Evelyn!!!
If you are not on Face Book or are not receiving my NHW emails please send me an email asking to be included. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now let us all be good neighbors and make the effort to be observant and take appropriate action
“SEE SOMETHING – SAY SOMETHING”
To report a crime in progress, fire or medical emergency Dial 911
The number to report suspicious activity or a crime committed Dial 407-836-HELP (4357)
After dialing the appropriate OCSO Number THEN PHIL UNSER at 407-679-6644 (24hrs)