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NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH NEWSLETTER

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APRIL CRIME PREVENTION TIP

store,

the

first

thing

some

shopping grocery

at

When the

women do is put their purse in the

grocery

cart.

Wrong!!!

You

something

up

or

look

at

now lost control of your purse. The moment you walk away to pick an item, your purse

is sitting there by itself. Inside your purse you have your credit cards, check book, cash, driver’s license—also, your car and house

keys.

If

your

driver’s license

purse/wallet is identifies where

stolen, your you live, and

before you can get probably been there.

home, the thief has Or worse, yet, the thief

has

your

driver’s

license

and

now

can

assume

your

identity.

The

thief

can

steal

thousands

of dollars from have you spend Never set your

you, ruin your credit, and months trying to correct it. purse in a grocery cart,

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RESIDENTIAL BURGLARIES

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JAN FEB MA APR MAY JUN JUL AU SEP OCT NO DEC

Cathy Stan

South Area

Reema Chugh

South Area

Kathy DePeri

South Area

Penny Lambright

South Area

Dick Bowen

North Area

2002

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counter, or floor in a public place. all you have to lose and what a would be to cancel credit cards, etc.

Think

of

hassle

it

Be smart, get a shoulder strap purse, and keep it on you so you will have your hands free. Or better yet, just take a credit card or check and keep it in your pocket. The same thing applies to leaving your purse or wallet in your car. If a thief sees it in your car, you now have given him the opportunity to break your window to take it. If you cannot carry a shoulder bag, put what you need in a pocket, or fanny pack. Be creative and think of other ways to prevent the theft of your wallet or purse. Be smart, safe, and start today!

EXECUTIVE BOARD OF DIRECTORS PENNY LAMBRIGHT President REEMA CHUGH Past President KATHY DE PERI Vice President KEN POLLOCK Treasurer CATHY STAN Member at Large

AREA SPEAKERS

Special thanks to members listed below for their donations. Due to limited space, contributor names may not be listed immediately, but as space allows.

Albrecht, D.L. & P.A. Bacon, Linda & Thomas Bloom, Donald, Beatrice, Lauren & Kim Chang, K.L. & A.S.F. Constan, Stanley & Shirley Deight, Blanche & Lawrence Doman, Charles & Charlotte Frahm, Janice Goode, Robert & Judy Grushon, James & Janet Healy, Peter & Rita Jackson, Cheryl & J.B. Jarvis, Florence Judson, Janet Knoll, Marie Lasker, Dolores Leatherwood, Charles & Marilyn Lo, Christine & Joseph Long, Sirley Maher, Mary McKowen-Miller, Rosemarie Moore, Douglas Parker, Mona Phillips, Jon & Doris Salibi, Nuha and Raja Seitz, Patricia & Herbert Shoeps, Bernard & Nancy Stevens, Joann

Anthony, Barbara Baroglio, Mary & Ray Bresee, Randy Chard, Richard & Sharon Dang, Alin Dempsey, Danny & Barbara Endo, Ichiro &Michi Gitsham, Ivor & Gloria Govin, Ben & Joyce Harduvel, Jean & John Hicks, Susan & Bruce Jacobson, Carl & Joan Johnson, Carolyn, Eric & Wade Karr, Albert Kong, Sing & Shoy Lawrence, Suzanne Leires, Helen & Janis Logan, Donna & Raymon Lu, Kav Un Mayer, Joan Michael & Maureen Nagel Parker, Stanley Rigopoulos, Madelynn Scheibel, Myra Shaffer, Joan Sprague, Jeanne Strange, Robert & Ruth

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April 2002

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