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    Security Update August 29, 2016

    Monday 22 Aug 2016 @ 4:01:32 am
    From Crimereports.com

    Assult reported on the 100block of the Humboldt Parkway (between Main Street and Agassiz Circle). No additional details are available.

    Monday 22 Aug 2016 @ 2:01:32 am
    From Crimereports.com

    Assult reported at Main Street and Kensington intersection. No additional details are available.

    Tuesday 23 Aug 2016 @ 10:30:00 am
    From Crimereports.com

    Larceny/theft reported on the 2100 block of Main Street (between Florence and Robie). No additional details are available.

    Wednesday 24 Aug 2016 @ 1:15:00 am
    From Crimereports.com

    Theft of vehicle reported on the first block of Jewett Parkway (between Main and Crescent). No additional details are available.

    Wednesday 24 Aug 2016 approx. 330am
    From Nextdoor.com

    "Neighbor at 12 Greenfield St., later discovered kicked in back door. Dogs barked next door may have thwarted this. No further info."

    Friday 26 Aug 2016 @ 11:14:00 am
    From Crimereports.com

    Breaking and entering reported on the 2100 block of Main Street (between Robie and Humboldt). No additional details are available.



    Please Note:

    Birds of prey, specifically a red tail hawk has taken up residency within the neighborhood. To keep your household pets safe:

    • Supervise Pets: To be effective, you need to be just as visible from the air as your pet is when out in the yard, not under a canopy, umbrella or roof.
    • Avoid Ground Feeding Birds: These types of birds are most likely to attract larger hawks, and a hunting hawk is just as likely to target a pet as a wild feeding bird.
    • Feed Pets Indoors: Untended pet food will also attract other animals such as mice, rats, raccoons and squirrels that will themselves attract hunting raptors. Once a raptor defines an area as a productive hunting ground, it will continue to return to that food source, potentially endangering pets.

     

    For more tips about keeping pets safe in areas with birds of prey, check out about Home

     

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