Robberies? How about burglaries? But you have no clue how many there were do you?<quoted text>
That's what most of us would do. But most of us aren't neighborhood watch captains living in a neighborhood where numerous robberies occur.
Keeping an eye on the whereabouts of someone who clearly had no sense of purpose for being there in the rain is not a crime.
Remember the black man and white troubled teenager scenario? Did you ever get back to me on that with a response?
How about wife beatings, were those more common than burglaries?
Mr. O'Brian, the HOA president said that he didn't think there was any need for a Neighborhood Watch program, his main concern seemed to be parking. Did you know that George was also on the parking committee?
Prompted by the daytime burglary of Ms Bartalan's home by the son of a resident the Neighborhood Watch program was officially started in Oct 11, 2011 just five months before Martin was shot.