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Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Most recently almost exclusively about daytime ones

Do we still have these, because in the nearly six years we've lived in our home, I've never heard word one of any neighborhood watch group activity, but I've heard probably 37,000 words about neighborhood break-ins, and so I'm thinking this might actually be a good idea.


Recently, the Winston Salem Police Department has seen an increase in daytime house break-ins. The suspects are ringing doorbells or knocking to see if anyone will answer the door. If no one answers the door, the suspect will breach the front or back door. If someone does open the door, the suspect will make up a story saying their vehicle has broken down, they lost their dog, they’re looking for work, etc.

(To read the complete WSPD piece, scroll down to the second item here)

And we do still appear to have a few neighborhood watch groups. However, save one, they are gasping for air and their pulses are very weak, ifyouknowwhatImean.
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