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Break in Last night on Cabral Trl

There was a break- in last nigh (Halloween) on Cabral Trl. Since my husband works with security, we track the reported break-ins in the city and this is the first we have seen in our neighborhood in a long time.

I think the break-in happened because of our open gates last night. Why do we open our gates to the public on Halloween? We had more than 200 trick or treaters last night before we ran out of candy… these obviously are not all our neighborhood kids. Perhaps by inviting anyone who wants to come in our community, we are also inviting more crime.

On a note about the security patrol– I recently saw on the news that APD will patrol in communities for something like $300/month…? I think the program is called “Chief’s Overtime.” Maybe this is a less expensive option or an additional option for our neighborhood security? Just wanted to pass that on.

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