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DANGEROUS DOGS ALERT!

Happy winter to all!

The City of Plano has asked the HOAs to alert all residents to be on the lookout for 2 dogs that have bitten several people in Plano. They have asked all residents to CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY IF YOU SEE THESE DOGS! The dogs have been on the loose for several months. One dog is mostly black & is an Australian Cattle Dog & the other is a mostly white & black spotted mixed breed. They are medium sized dogs.

DO NOT APPROACH THESE DOGS! The dogs are very stealthy & have managed to allude all attempts at capture. Please be aware the black Australian Cattle Dog has bitten people from behind on the lower leg while they have been jogging or moving. This fits with the Australian Cattle Dog’s instinct to herd cattle, which they do by biting the heels of the cattle. Please be aware of your surroundings when you are jogging or walking briskly, as the black dog has surprised many who have been bitten.

Again, if you see these dogs, the City wants residents to CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY! DO NOT call Animal Services or any other city dept. before you CALL 911! The City wants to get these dogs off the streets & needs the public’s help in locating them as quickly as possible!

PLEASE CLICK ON THE CITY WEBSITE LISTED BELOW for photos of the dogs & much more information about the dogs.

http://www.plano.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=1049
If clicking the link doesn’t work, please copy and paste the link into your browser.

Please be alert to your surroundings when you are outside & CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY if you see these dogs!

Stay safe!
Robert A. Miller
president@dnehoa.org

Information Alert

The information contained in the email came from posts on Next Door and was shared for posting here.

On Wednesday, Aug 24 in the 2400 block of Northcrest, 2 Hispanic males were observed looking into a resident’s windows & then going into their backyard. The vehicle they were in was a 1999 Chevrolet Black Silverado pickup, license plate # GXV-6631. Please be aware of this vehicle & call the PPD if you see it.

On the weekend of Aug 19 in the 2400 block of Westridge, there was an attempted vehicle break-in of a vehicle parked on the street in front of the resident’s home. The back windows were broken into & nothing was taken.

Also, on the weekend of Aug 19, there were many reports of paint vandalism of vehicles, homes & alleys in the 2400 -2700 blocks of Northcrest, Westridge, Grandview & streets further north as well as Liberty Recreation Center.

Please be aware of these occurrences & call the PPD immediately if you see ANY suspicious behavior or vehicles.

Also, a reminder of the PPD recommendations:

  • Please turn your outside lights on at night.
  • Please lock your vehicles with no valuables inside.
  • Please park your vehicles in your garage if you are able.
  • Please keep your garage door closed at all times if you are not in the garage.
  • Please do not leave valuables in clear view day or night.
  • Please check your surveillance cameras to make sure they are working properly.

Wishing you a Safe & Happy Fall!

Message from the President – Happy New Year

Happy New Year!

The Neighborhood Crime Watch meeting has been scheduled for:

Tuesday Feb 3, 2015
7:00 p.m.
Messiah Lutheran Church in the Administration Building
1801 W. Plano Pkwy
75075

Officer Christopher Bianez from the Plano Police Department will be there
to discuss setting up the Crime Watch and other questions. There will also
be Crime Watch related brochures from the Plano Police Department posted
on the dnehoa.org website Crime Watch Page.

Please tell your neighbors about this meeting and ask them to go to the
dnehoa.org website and sign up to receive DNE HOA emails. The more
neighborhood emails we have, the more eyes and ears we will have to help
prevent crime in our neighborhood, so please tell your neighbors about the
website and encourage them to come to the meeting.

I look forward to seeing you at our meeting and if you have any questions
please email me at president@dnehoa.org

Robert

PS from the webmaster:  The email list is tracked by the email address.  If you enter an email address which is different than the one you’ve previously used, you will receive emails twice.

If you are already on the list and want to be added to the crime watch emails, enter the information and email as it is in our email database, click “yes” on the email box and submit.  Your information should be updated. Updated information does not generate a confirmation email.  New emails which don’t exist in our database will receive a confirmation email before adding you to the list.

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If you have questions about whether or not your email is in the database, please email mail@dnehoa.org and I can answer your questions.