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Break In & Arrests, 3000 Block of Matador Drive

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Break In & Arrests, 3000 Block of Matador Drive

Post  Admin on Sun May 03, 2009 7:47 am

A crime situation has developed in the 3000 block of Matador Drive as reported by one of our neighbors. Recently, it involved a serious break-in with multiple arrests. Apparently 3 or 4 burglars (young people) broke into a house on Monday, April 27 in the afternoon. They somewhat trashed the house and attempted to remove the stolen belongings out the back of the house. They had a pickup truck parked in the open space between northbound Tramway and the hiking / biking trail on Tramway waiting for the stolen property and their escape. The police came and apparently arrested 2 of the people.

This is in addition to suspicious activity in that same area (see post at http://comanchefoothills.forumotion.com/suspicious-activity-spotted-f7/suspicious-activity-3000-block-of-matador-t27.htm) and vandalism to a car about that same time (see post at http://comanchefoothills.forumotion.com/recent-car-vandalism-f3/car-windows-broken-t26.htm#27).

As always, if you experience any type of vandalism or see what you believe is suspicious activity you should immediately report it to APD. The neighbors have requested and received additional APD surveillance for the area
but that's only effective when combined with neighbors watching out for their neighbors and their neighborhood.

Someone who is a victim of the crimes will be attending the GHSCGNA meeting this Thursday, May 7 with an update on the criminal incidents and what actions they are taking.

The GHSCGNA meeting starts at 7pm at the Dwyer Police Substation, south side of Montgomery and east of Tramway across from Smith's. It's free to attend and is open to all. It should last from 45 minutes to an hour.

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