Neighborhood watch meeting addresses arson prevention
If nothing else, a talk on preventing arson was a reminder for Jake Oude-Reimerink. "I've got to put the batteries in my smoke detector," he said, following an hourlong presentation by Redford Township fire Inspector Dave Garland.
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#1 May 17, 2011
what about the druggie at 20483 poinciana that just joined the neighborhood watch and has cameras installed all over his home and records the people in the area?? how can they have a known drug user on the watch team??he has his dealer come to his home during the day and yet he works for the police?? this does not make any sense
#2 Jun 15, 2011
Why don't you report the problem to the police? I'm sure Officer Mansfield would be happy to check into it.
All block captains have background checks done to prevent criminals from becoming a part of the neighborhood watch.
Are you a block captain yet? If not, it's time to sign up, so the "good guys" win.
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