Browsing the archives for the crime tag

Going on Vacation?

Remember to… Ask a trusted neighbor to put garbage in your garbage cans and haul out to the curb for pickup. Garbage cans on the street later in the day or next day is usually a sign that nobody is home.  Maybe neighbors can help each other out by taking these cans off the street. […]


Useful Tip: Your Car Keys Are a Panic Alarm

Put your car keys beside your bed at night. If you hear a noise outside your home or someone trying to get into your house, just press the panic button for your car. The alarm will go off, and the horn and flashing lights will continue to sound until either you reset it with the […]


Carter-Frisbie Neighborhood – Burglary

Type of Crime: Burglary Action or Information: (days before Christmas) A group of teens (about 6 of them) were casing our area moments ago.  Two broke off from the group and knocked on one homes door …when no answer they returned to the group who then ventured thru bushes adjacent to the house and headed […]

Vista Neighborhood – Attempted Burglary

Two African-American Males in Maroon Lexus Possibly Cruising for Burglary Opportunities As a neighbor on the 100 block of Camino Alto was pulling up in front of his house on Sunday morning, February 19th, he noticed a young African American male heading up his walkway to the front door. The resident got out of the […]

Vista Neighborhood – Suspicious Door-to-Door Solicitation

About 3:30 PM on Thursday, October 6th, a slightly heavyset strawberry blonde Caucasian woman, in her early twenties, 5 foot 2 or so, rang the doorbell of a neighbor’s house (500 block Washington Street).  The woman talked about needing to earn points to get $15,000 to start her own business but held only a page […]