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Crime Prevention Meeting - Ballentine, SC

Real Estate Agent

A few weeks ago there was a buzz in our neighborhood of people having homes/autos broken into by some people who were helping themselves to GPS units, CDs, etc...  Anything that had some value, but was not under lock and key.  These petty-thieves were just helping themselves where home and auto owners had left their things 'available' to them.  This seminar by Cpl. Jordan seems right on time.  Here is her e-mail to our Homeowners Association.

Hello Everyone!
Richland County Sheriff's Department is hosting a crime prevention class at the Ballentine Recreational Center, 1009 Bickley Road in Irmo, to highlight prevention tips for auto break ins and "spring time" crimes. We want to stop crime before it happens in our communities and in saying this it all starts with prevention. I encourage everyone to mark your calendars to attend this great class and to have a fun time with your community!

Date: March 19th, 2009
Time:  6:30pm-7:30pm
Location: Ballentine Recreational Center (1009 Bickley Road)
Hosted by: Richland County Sheriff's Department (CAT team)
Presented by: Cpl. Amanda Jordan (Amanda Lee)

Bring a  family member, friend or community member! Hope to see you 
Corporal Amanda Jordan (Amanda Lee)
Richland County Sheriff's Department
Community Action Team  (C.A.T.)

5623 Two
Notch Road
Columbia, SC  29223

Ann Allen Hoover
RE/MAX Advantage South - Hoover, AL
CDPE SRES ASP e-PRO Realtor - Homes for Sale - AL

Charlie ~ My husband, Mike, was in Memphis last week and had his truck broken into while parked at the hotel.  They did not take his GPS, he's not sure if they took anything except his stash of napkins.

Feb 23, 2009 02:20 AM
Charlie Harden
Columbia, SC

That's really strange!  Unless he's using dollar bills for napkins.  Of course knowing his wife... he probably is.  I guess we all know that people that break into things aren't the brightest lights in the hall.  God bless 'em.

Feb 23, 2009 03:44 AM