Security update


Neighbors have reported another security concern – namely, the sighting of a slow-moving white sedan with New Jersey license tags and occupied by two Caucasian males. The neighbor encountered the car repeatedly west of Seven Locks Road – particularly on Laurel Oak, Charred Oak, and Honeybee. The car occupants did not place material in mail boxes. Although they might have been driving slowly in order to identify homes that might require some specific service, their behavior was sufficiently out of the ordinary to raise questions. If anyone could provide more information on this car, let us know. For future cases, the Montgomery County police advise, when possible, getting the license number and reporting the incident promptly to local authorities.

Kudos to thoughtful neighbors for sounding the alert on this incident and with regard to the rude young man who came to so many homes this last week! We now learn from the many replies to yesterday’s message that the young man came to homes on both sides of Seven Locks Road! If he shows up again, do call 911! Thanks especially to neighbors using the burningrose listserv who sounded the alert! For those who have not signed up for our discussion listservs, we have attached the West Bradley flier which tells you how to access, not only our general West Bradley announcement listserv, but also our two more informal discussion listservs – one for each side of Seven Locks Road.


By the way, the attached flier can be useful for all of you helping us update our community listserv with contact information on new neighbors! Just have them fill out the form and send to Sandy Vogelgesang (email or snail mail). To the extent we have an up-to-date listserv we are much better prepared to deal with the kinds of security alerts received this weekend! Thanks to ALL of you for your help!

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