Candlewick Lake Public Safety
Week Ending 10/22/2012
Public Safety responded to a call of person(s) unknown setting wood within a fire pit ablaze overnight. There was no physical damage to any property other than the wood.
Public Safety responded to a call of Halloween decorations being tampered with. The vandals are unknown.
Public Safety responded to the 500 blk. of Lamplighter Loop for a report of vandalism to Halloween decorations.
Public Safety responded to the 100 blk. of Lamplighter Loop, a resident had slipped and fell backward. Due to prior back history, there was a great deal of pain. Capron rescue arrived to assist.
Public Safety responded to the 100 blk. of Rockaway for a resident suffering from Emphysema. Capron rescue transported the resident to the hospital.
Public Safety responded to the 1500 blk. of Candlewick Dr. for a resident having trouble breathing. The subject was going to be transported to the hospital by friends, but the Public Safety Officer convinced them to wait for Capron rescue who was enroute. Capron transported the resident safely to the hospital.
Public Safety responded to the 1200 blk. of Candlewick Dr. for the report of a missing child (teenager). Working with the Boone County Sheriff’s Officer, the Public Safety Officer was able to locate and speak with the missing youth via telephone. The youth promptly called home, assuring the parents he was fine.
Public Safety was able to clear several cases of thefts and vandalism in neighborhoods located in the northeast quadrant of Candlewick Lake. The offender was released to the parents.
Public Safety took a report of two (2) stop signs which had been vandalized: graffiti.
Public Safety located several vehicles which had entered Candlewick Lake illegally and in violation of the CWL ordinance. They were asked to check in and abide by the rules.
Public Safety responded to a call of a possible residential break in located in the 200 blk. of King Henry. Upon arrival, the Public Safety Officer located and stopped the two (2) suspects. Further investigation revealed these were residents of CWL and were only looking at a house for sale. The Sheriff’s Department was summoned to confirm this story. This incident was initiated by a concerned neighbor who was watching out for suspicious activity in this neighborhood. Good Job!
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