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LCA MARCH 2014 SECURITY REPORT

  1. The residents remain the eyes and ears of the security initiative and must report any suspicious activity.
  2. Please make sure your alarm system is functional and that your alarm monitoring company receives your signal. Also ensure that alarm system is activated when you are not at home.
  3. All patrol and reaction vehicles are fitted with dash cameras. Video footage from these dash cameras can only be stored for approximately 48 hours due to the amount of data generated by these daPlease sh cameras. contact ZAMBLI immediately if you come across an incident so that we can identify footage that we need to save at the main frame. And time is important in the tracking of criminals and successful investigation.
  4. Residents are warned that crime on the borders of Lynnwood area is very high and must be on the alert at all times.
  5. There is a syndicate operating in this area that target plasma television sets and laptop computers. We have the answer, a plasma TV 24 hour alarm. Please phone to enquire.
  6. Enter the LCA emergency numbers on your cell phone 0861 3333 61 or cell 082 4551 057

SECURITY REPORT AT 7h00: SEKURITEITS VERSLAG TEEN 7h00

22 April, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

21 April, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

18-20 April, Sunday: No incidents were reported.

17 April, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

16 April, Wednesday: One incident was reported.

1. A delivery truck was hi-jacked in front of a store in Rosemary street. The driver was dropped of unharmed. Goods stolen – cigarettes.

15 April, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

14 April, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

11-13 April, Sunday: Two incidents were reported.

1. There was a theft out of vehicle incident in Lovers Lane on Friday, SAPS were contacted.

2. There was a panic received from a business in Lynnwood road. Zambli assisted and escorted the suspects off the premises.

10 April, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

9 April, Wednesday: One incident was reported.

There was a house break-in, in Roderick Street – item stolen was a flat screen television.

8 April, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

7 April, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

4-6 April, Sunday: No incidents were reported.

3 April, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

2 April, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

1 April, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

31 March, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

28-30 March, Sunday: No incidents were reported.

27 March, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

26 March, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

25 March, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

24 March, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

21-23 March, Sunday: One incident was reported.

1. There was a break-in reported in Lynnwood road, items stolen were computers and back-up servers.

20 March, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

19 March, Wednesday:  No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

18 March, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

17 March, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

14-16 March, Sunday: No incidents were reported.

13 March, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

12 March, Wednesday: One incident was reported.

1. There was an attempted house break-in, in Church Avenue.

11 March, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

10 March, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

7-9 March, Sunday: No incidents were reported.

6 March, Thursday: One incident was reported.

1. A jogger was approached by two suspects in Kings Highway. They tried to rob her of her cellphone. She cried for help. A resident close to the incident responded to her cry, then the suspects fled the scene.

5 March, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

4 March, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

3 March, Monday: One incident was reported.

1. There was a accident on the corner of Church Avenue and Queen’s Crescent.

1-2 March, Sunday: Two Incidents were reported.

1. A vehicle was stolen from the Old Boys Club in Queen’s Crescent.

2. There was a accident on the corner of Lynnwood road and Rosemary, Zambli contacted the ambulance for assistance.

Municipal Contact Numbers

Contact information you may need / Inligting wat behulpsaam mag wees:

Domestic bin complaints East 012 358 0526
Bins not lifted / emptied 012 358 9461 andrebe@tshwane.gov.za  012 358 0592
By-law offences (eg illegal street trading & night club activities) 012 358 0070 (external) Or toll-free 080 111 1556
Electricity-related complaints 012 358 9999  or toll free 080 111 1556
After-hours sewerage complaints 080 000 4135
Storm water drainage, pothole repairs 012 358 0614  pothole@tshwane.gov.za
Reporting of water problems 012 358 2111 or  012 358 8999
Power failures 012 339 9111 or SMS Power failure reporting by SMS   “Power and your account no.” to 082 612 0333 example“power 5120369” to 082 612 0333

 

Meter readings Email to meterrecords@tshwane.gov.za (best option )  Fax  012 359 6888, five days before billing date only.  Telephone 012 358 9999 choose option 2 and then option 4
Fire & Emergency medical 10177 or  012 358 2124 or 012 310 6200
Metro Police Accidents Reports 012 358 7244 or 012 358 7114
Reporting faulty street lights Tel 080 1111 556 email  streetlights@tshwane.gov.za or trafficsignalfaults@tshwane.gov.za. Please provide the following:  1) Physical address  2) Nearest street corner from faulty street light

3) Street light pole number

4) Details/nature of the problem

5) Contact details of caller

6) Complaints and enquiries customercare@tshwane.gov.za

 

LCA JAN AND FEB 2014 SECURITY REPORTS

SECURITY REPORT AT 7h00: SEKURITEITS VERSLAG TEEN 7h00

28 February, Friday:  One incident was reported.

1. There was a report of an illegal substance being used at a mall in Lynnwood, Zambli contacted the police.

27 February, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

26 February, Wednesday: One incident was reported.

1. There was a burglary at offices in Lynnwood Road. Zambli was called to assist.

25 February, Tuesday: One incident was reported.

1. There was a theft out of vehicle incident in Queen’s Crescent.

24 February, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

21-23 February, Sunday: Three incidents were reported.

1. There was a dispute at the supermarket in Rosemary Avenue on Friday. Zambli helped to resolve the matter.

2. On Saturday morning a bakkie was stolen from a property in Queen’s Crescent. The suspects fled the scene but was codoned off by the boom gates and abandoned the vehicle in the end. Zambli notified the police for assistance.

3. On Sunday a client reported that their doorbell was wrung, upon inspection they found the suspects had fled the scene and also lifted their gate from its rail.

20 February, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

19 February, Wednesday: Two incidents were reported.

1. A gate was bumped by a garbage truck in Strubenkop.

2. A white City Golf  was stolen in Rodericks Street around 19:00.

18 February, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

17 February, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

14-16 February, Sunday: No incidents were reported.

13 February, Thursday: One incident was reported.

1. There was an attempted theft out of vehicle incident in Rosemary street, suspects fled the scene when they were spotted.

12 February, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

11 February, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

10 February, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

7-9 February, Sunday: Two incidents were reported.

1. There was a house break in on Saturday night. Jewelry was stolen.

2. Zambli assisted a woman on Saturday when she got stuck in between her sliding door. She sustained minor injuries.

6 February, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

5 February, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

4 February, Tuesday: Two incidents were reported.

1. An LCA client reported a suspicious vehicle driving in Rodericks street with occupants posing as estate agents.   A laptop and cellphone was stolen. SAPS assisted.

2. There was an attempted theft out of motor vehicle incident, the suspects fled the scene when the vehicle alarm was triggered.

3 February, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

1-2 February, Sunday: No incidents were reported.

31 January, Friday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

30 January, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

29 January, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

28 January, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

27 January, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

24-26 January, Sunday: One incident was reported.

1. On Saturday there was a theft out of vehicle incident in Rosemary Street. SAPS was contacted to investigate.

23 January. Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

22 January, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

21 January, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

20 January, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

17 – 19 January, Sunday: Four incidents were reported.

1. On Friday there was an attempted house break-in in Queen’s Crescent. The suspect fled the scene.

2. On Saturday a noise disturbance was reported in Elizabeth Grove. Zambli escorted the person out of the area.

3. On Sunday a suspect attempted to gain access in Queen’s Crescent but the suspect could not be found.

4. On the corner of Kings Highway and Elizabeth Grove a civil disturbance was reported. The suspects pointed firearms at each other. Zambli contacted the police.

16 January, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

15 January, Wednesday:  No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

14 January, Tuesday: One incident was reported.

1. A spare tyre was stolen on the corner of Roderick Street and Mimosa. No further information was given.

13 January, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

10 – 12 January, Sunday: No incidents were reported.

9 January, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

8 January, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

7 January, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

6 January, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

3-5 January, Sunday: No incidents were reported.

2 January, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

1 January, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

LCA DEC 2013 SECURITY REPORT

SECURITY REPORT AT 7h00: SEKURITEITS VERSLAG TEEN 7h00

31 December, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

30 December, Monday:  One incident was reported.

1. There was a house robbery in Queen’s Crescent; a flat screen television was one of the items stolen.

27-29 December, Sunday: One incident was reported.

1. A tree fell over in Sappers Contour and Flinders road.

26 December, Thursday: One incident was reported.

1. There was a house break-in in Kings Highway. No further information could be gathered from SAPS.

25 December, Wednesday:  No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

24 December, Tuesday: One incident was reported.

1. There was a robbery in Diana Avenue. The suspect climbed over the back wall and robbed the person in the house.

23 December, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

20-22 December, Sunday: One incident was reported.

1. There was an accident Friday night on the corner of Lynnwood road and Atterbury road.

19 December, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

18 December, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

17 December, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

16 December, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

13-15 December, Sunday: Two incidents were reported.

1. There was a theft out of motor vehicle in Queen’s Crescent, a laptop was stolen.

2. There was an attempted house break in, in Millers Mile, the owner’s dog bit the suspect and the suspect then fled.

12 December, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

11 December, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

10 December, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

9 December, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

6 – 8 December, Sunday: No incidents were reported during the course of the weekend.

5 December, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

4 December, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

3 December, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

2 December, Monday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

1 December, Sunday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

LCA OCT/NOV 2013 SECURITY REPORT

  1. SECURITY REPORT AT 7h00: SEKURITEITS VERSLAG TEEN 7h00

29 – 30 November 1 Dec , Monday: No incidents were reported over the weekend.

28 November, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

27 November, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

26 November, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the past 24 hours.

23 – 25 November, Monday: No incidents were reported over the weekend.

22 November, Friday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

Actions:

  • There was a burst water pipe reported in Protea Avenue in Strubenkop at approximately 14:40
  • At approximately 14:14 a client reported suspicious people in Lynnwood Estate (Sappers Contour Road) trying to sell plants, ZAMBLI investigated and could not find any suspicious people in the estate. At approximately 16:45 another client reported that a vehicle (white Audi) with 3 black males was at his premises trying to sell flowers, they were refused entry and came back again round about 2pm again.

21 November, Thursday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

20 November, Wednesday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

19 November, Tuesday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

18 November, Monday:

15 – 17 November, Sunday: One incident was reported.

1. A Hilux Bakkie drove into the boom gate in Rosemary Street, and later that night the same Hilux Bakkie drove into the boom in Church Ave.

14 November, Thursday: Three incidents were reported.

1. There was a theft out of a vehicle reported in Kings Highway. No clarity regarding goods taken.

2. The entry gate in Flinders Road was “driven off the rail” by an unknown vehicle.

3. Zambli responded to a panic alarm received from a business in Lynnwood. Upon there arrival the suspect / vehicle was gone.

13 November, Wednesday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

12 November, Tuesday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

11 November, Monday: One incident was reported.

1. There was an attempted house break-in in Queen’s Crescent, the domestic worker and children of the house ran to a Zambli guard to ask for help.

8 – 10 November, Sunday: No incidents were reported.

7 November, Thursday: Two incidents were reported.

1. There was a vehicle stolen during lunch time in Rosemary Avenue. The vehicle was a VW Jetta.

2. There was a theft out of motor vehicle reported in Rosemary, item stolen was a laptop.

6 November, Wednesday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

5 November, Tuesday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

4 November, Monday: One incident was reported.

1. Zambli reported that there was a smash and grab in front of the Drie Beertjies nursery school. A laptop was stolen.

1- 3 November, Sunday:  One incident was reported.

1.  There was a cell phone stolen in a restaurant in Lynnwood road.

31 October, Thursday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

30 October, Wednesday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

29 October, Tuesday: One incident was reported.

1. Zambli assisted in the cutting up of a tree that had fallen down in The Link road.

28 October, Monday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

25 – 27 October, Sunday: One incident was reported.

1. There was a power line lying in the road in Sappars Contour.

24 October, Thursday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

23 October, Wednesday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

22 October, Tuesday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

21 October, Monday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

18 – 20 October, Sunday: No incidents were reported.

17 October, Thursday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

16 October, Wednesday: Two incidents were reported.

1. On Wednesday the police notified Zambli of a house break in. Upon inspection of the scene, the could not find a sign of forced break in. A bag of money was stolen.

2. There was an attempted car theft in Church Avenue at approximately 17:50.

15 October, Tuesday:  No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

14 October, Monday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

11 – 13 October, Sunday: One incident was reported.

1. There was an argument between a shop owner and a mechanic who worked on his car – Zambli contacted the police who then settled the dispute.

10 October, Thursday: One incident was reported.

1. Zambli received a panic from a Business in Lynnwood and responded. Their investigation found that a reaction officer from another security company threatened the store owner.

9 October, Wednesday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

8 October, Tuesday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

7 October, Monday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

4 – 6 October, Sunday: One incident was reported.

1. There was a wild fire reported that spread from The Innovation Hub to the Strubenkop area. The fire was extinguished after, Zambli, residents and the fire department contained it.

3 October, Thursday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

2 October, Wednesday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

1 October, Tuesday: One incident was reported.

1. There was an armed robbery in Kings Highway. The suspect approached the resident at his vehicle and forced him onto the premises. As they approached the house, the resident’s son saw the incident and pressed the panic button. When the alarm went off the suspect fled the scene. Zambli assisted the resident until there Security Company responded.

 

LCA SEP 2013 SECURITY REPORT

SECURITY REPORT AT 7h00: SEKURITEITS VERSLAG TEEN 7h00

30 September, Monday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

27 – 29 September, Sunday: One incident was reported.

1. On Saturday the Brooklyn police station contacted Zambli to report a possible house brake-in in progress. A Zambli officer arrived on the scene and found that the owner was waiting in the drive way. The motor gate was forced open and the sliding door was broken. Items stolen were jewelry, laptop and other household electronics.

Late entry: Zambli was notified that there was an armed robbery on the 16th of September in Church Avenue. A lady was followed home after withdrawing a large amount of money from her bank and was robbed at gun point.

26 September, Thursday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

25 September, Wednesday: One incident was reported.

There was an accident on the corner of Kings Highway and the Loop road.

20 – 24 September, Tuesday: Two incidents were reported.

1. A car was stolen at a shopping center, Lynnpark at approximately 20:00 on Friday night.

2. On Tuesday morning a client called Zambli and said there was a suspicious person at his vehicle, but he fled the scene. Zambli could not find him in the area.

19 September, Thursday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

18 September, Wednesday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

17 September, Tuesday:  No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

14 – 16 September, Monday : No incidents were reported.

13 September, Friday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

12 September, Thursday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours

11 September, Wednesday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours

10 September, Tuesday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

07 – 09 September, Monday: One incident reported over the weekend.

Action:

  1. There was an attempted theft of motor vehicle at approximately 05:15 this morning at a complex in Kings Highway.  A tenant at the complex saw the suspects force the gate open and he immediately contacted the caretaker who in turn called Zambli.  Zambli investigated the scene and found that the suspects attempted to steal a Toyota Hilux bakkie that was parked on the premises.  The complex advises that the suspects fled the scene in a silver VW Polo before Zambli arrived.
  2. On Sunday, Zambli reported the sound of gun shots near the corner of Meiring Naude and Kings Highway.  Further investigations revealed nothing suspicious.

05 September, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the last 24hours.

04 September, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the last 24hours.

03 September, Tuesday: One incident was reported.

1. There was an accident on the corner of Rosemary and Lynnwood road. No serious injuries were reported.

02 September, Monday: One incident was reported.

Zambli officers saw a suspect running away from an office in Lynnwood. They pursued the suspect and apprehended him and took him back to the scene of the alleged crime.

01 September, Sunday: No incidents reported.

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Saterdagaand het Zanne en Lynette vir die wagte warm sop en broodtjies geneem.

Die doel van hul projek was om dankie te se aan die wagte vir hul werk in die Lynnwood gemeenskap.

Saturday evening Zanne and Lynette warmed up the LCA guards cold night with soup and  bread as a thank you for their service in the Lynnwood community.

THANK YOU.       YOU ARE STARS, STARS, STARS , STARS!!

 

PLEASE encourage all your neighbors and friends  to join the LCA initiative. 

 

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LCA AUG 2013 SECURITY REPORT

SECURITY REPORT AT 7h00: SEKURITEITS VERSLAG TEEN 7h00

30 August, Saturday: No incidents were reported in the last 24 hours.

29 August, Thursday:  No incidents were reported in the last 24hours.

28 August, Wednesday:  No incidents were reported in the last 24hours.

27 August, Tuesday: One incident was reported.

1. There was a house break-in yesterday over lunch time in Sappers Contour. Zambli response received an alarm signal. Zambli response arrived on the scene whilst the suspects were still in the house. They fled the scene. Items stolen was a flat screen tv and laptop.

26 August, Monday: No incidents were reported in the last 24hours.

23 – 25 August, Sunday: Two incidents were reported.

1. There was a report of a gate that was forced open on Sunday, but nothing was stolen. The resident also reported that the previous Monday his bakkie was stolen from the property. (Kings Highway)

2. There was a house break-in reported in Sappers Contour, Zambli investigated the incident.

22 August, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the last 24hours.

21 August, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the last 24hours.

20 August, Tuesday: One incident was reported.

1. There was an accident on the corner of Queen’s Crescent and Kings Highway.

19 August, Monday: No incidents were reported in the last 24hours.

16 – 18 August, Sunday: Two incidents were reported.

1. A vehicle was reported stolen on Sunday morning in Kings Highway. Zambli was contacted and assisted with the matter.

2. On Sunday afternoon there was a report of a house brake-in received by Zambli. The back door was forced open and a few items were stolen. The incident was in Queen’s Crescent.

15 August, Thursday:  No incidents were reported in the last 24hours.

14 August, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the last 24hours.

13 August, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the last 24hours.

12 August, Monday: No incidents were reported in the last 24hours.

9 – 11 August, Sunday: 3 Incidents were reported.

1. On Friday Zambli found building equipment on the side of the road and confiscated it.

2. There was an accident on the corner of Rodericks road and Lynnwood road on Saturday morning.

3. A man was duped into taking two ladies home and subsequently robbed by them. Items stolen were a laptop, wallet and cell phone.

8 August, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the last 24hours.

7 August, Wednesday:  No incidents were reported in the last 24hours.

6 August, Tuesday: One incident was reported.

1. On Tuesday morning at approximately 07:20 an armed robbery was reported in Queens Crescent. At 07:30 a resident who was out walking saw two suspicious people entering premises in Queens Crescent. He noticed that one of them was carrying a handgun. He contacted Zambli control room to report the incident. Zambli armed response responded and found that the gate at the said premises was forced open. The scene was secured and the SAPS were contacted. The resident managed to escape to the neighbouring house and was not hurt. The gardener who was present at the time was assaulted by the perpetrators who also threatened him with a fire-arm. The perpetrators escaped in a white motor vehicle, make unknown. No description of the perpetrators is available as they were wearing balaclavas. They managed to flee with laptops, a tablet and cell phones.

2 - 5 August, Monday: Two incidents were reported. 

1. Friday night there was an accident in Queens Crescent involving two vehicles.

2. A Vehicle was stolen in Queens Crescent on Saturday night.

1 August, Thursday: No incidents were reported in the last 24hours.

LCA JUNE/JULY 2013 SECURITY REPORT

SECURITY REPORT AT 7h00: SEKURITEITS VERSLAG TEEN 7h00

31 July, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the last 24hours.

25 - 30 July, Tuesday: One incident was reported.

There was a car theft close to the Kings Highway and Lynnwood road gate.

24 July, Thursday: Two incidents were reported.

1. There was an accident on the corner of Lynnwood road and Kings Highway.

2. There was an attempted motor break-in, in Mimosa Street.

23 July, Wednesday: No incidents were reported in the last 24hours.

22 July, Tuesday: No incidents were reported in the last 24hours.  

19 – 21 July, Monday: Two incidents were reported over the weekend.

1. A worker reported an assaulted, Zambli responded for assistance.

2. On Sunday afternoon, Zambli noticed a house brake-in in Diana road. A few valuable items were stolen.

18 July, Friday: No incidents were reported in the last 24hours.

17 July, Thursday: One incident was reported.

A vehicle was damaged at the Strubenkop boom gate entrance.

16 July, Wednesday: Two incidents were reported.

1. A water pipe burst in Rodericks road.

2. A heavy duty vehicle bumped the main gate of Struben Kop.

15 July, Tuesday:  One incident was reported.

There was an accident on the corner of Rosemary Street and Lynnwood road.

12 – 14 July, Monday: One incident was reported.

There was an accident on the corner of Lynnwood road and Church Avenue, early Saturday morning.

11 July, Thursday: No incident reported in the past 24 hours.

10 July, Wednesday: Two incidents were reported.

1. A worker was arrested at a business in Lynnwood; he was caught in   possession of stolen goods.

2. A driver was arrested for being under the influence of alcohol.

9 July, Tuesday: One Incident was reported.

A construction vehicle damaged a water pipe in Central Park Street.

5 - 8 July, Monday: Two incidents were reported.

1. On Saturday night a vehicle drove into the Kings Highway bridge boom gate and left before any information could be gathered. The vehicle was a Ford Ranger Double cab.

2. Zambli was called to assist with a drunken disorderly dispute in a restaurant in Lynnwood.

4 July, Thursday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

3 July, Wednesday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

2 July, Tuesday: One Incident was reported.

A vehicle bumped a lamp pole, on the corner of Mimosa Street and Millers Mile.

JUNE REPORT

27 – 1 July, Monday: No incidents reported over the weekend.

26 June, Thursday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

25 June, Wednesday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

24 June, Tuesday: One incident reported in the past 24 hours.

On Tuesday morning, there was a noise reported on the corners of Flinders Road and Lynnwood. Zambli response investigated, and the police were contacted and the suspect was arrested.

21-23 June, Monday: Three incidents reported over the weekend.

  1.  On Friday night a resident from Millers Mile reported he heared gunshots.
  2.  At approximately 03:15 on Sunday morning, a vehicle  nearly drove over the guard standing by the boom gate,  but only knocked the barrier next to the boom. This was at the Kings Highway /Lynnwood road gate. (The vehicle was either a silver Golf or Polo)
  3. Armed robbery in Sapper Contour on Sunday morning.  Suspect vehicle was a Black Mazda 3.  Items stolen included computer equipment and a microwave

20 June, Thursday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

19 June, Wednesday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

18 June, Tuesday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

15-17 June, Monday: One incident reported over the weekend.

Action: On Friday night at approximately 19:05, the domestic worker of a residence in Strubenkop stopped the Zambli patrol vehicle and informed him that her handbag had been stolen when she left it outside to fetch her remaining bags inside.  

14 June, Friday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

13 June, Thursday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

12 June, Wednesday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

11 June, Tuesday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

08 – 10 June, Monday: No incidents reported over the weekend.

07 June, Friday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

06 June, Thursday: One incident reported in the past 24 hours.

Action: Yesterday afternoon, a resident driving in Queen’s Crescent noticed a suspicious male hovering near a vehicle parked on the pavement.  The man ran away when he realised he had been spotted. The resident contacted Zambli who inspected and found that the back window of the vehicle had been smashed.  It appeared as though nothing was stolen.

05 June, Wednesday: No crime incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

04 June, Tuesday: No incidents reported in the past 24 hours.

01 – 03 June, Monday: One crime incident reported over the weekend.

Action:

  1. On Saturday, a grey Toyota Fortuner was stolen in Rodericks Road.
  2. On Sunday morning a tree caught fire in Monica Rd.  The fire department was contacted to extinguish the fire.
  3. Also on Sunday morning, a black cat was found dead in Queens Crescent.

LCA 6th AGM Notice: Tuesday 4 June 2013 at 18:30

NOTICE OF THE 6th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF LYNNWOOD COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION (LCA)

Notice is hereby given that the 6th Annual General Meeting of Lynnwood Community Association (LCA) is to be held at Lynnwood Laerskool, Rodericks Rd on Tuesday, 4 June 2013  at 18:30.

AGENDA

1.       Notice of Meeting and Welcome.

2.       To establish a quorum – in terms of Section 17 of the LCA Articles of Association it will be necessary for 75 LCA  members to be present in person or by proxy before the meeting can proceed to business.  Any LCA member who is unable to attend the meeting is urged to complete and return a form of proxy (attached) before 2 June 2013.

3.       Presentation by Colonel Jan Malan of Streetsafe.

4.       Motions.

5.       To approve and adopt the minutes of the 5th LCA AGM held on 23 May 2012.

6.       Matters arising from the minutes.

7.       Chairman’s Report.

8.       Finance Report.

8.1   To approve the Financial Statements of the LCA and the report of the Auditors for the year ending 28th February 2013.

8.2   Increase in Fees.

8.3   Web Advertising Fee.

8.4   To approve Auditors and approve remuneration for the past Audit.

9.       Marketing Report.

10.   To elect five directors to hold office for one year.

11.   General.

11.1      ZAMBLI: Security Report – J Grant.

11.2      ZAMBLI: Security Alarm Monitoring and armed response.

11.3      Other.

12.   Adjournment.

BY ORDER OF THE LCA BOARD                                      07 May 2013

Fax:  086 546 3118

email:  LCALYNNWOOD@gmail.com

Web:  www.lcalynnwood.com

Coffee and biscuits will be served and we look forward to you joining us at the meeting.

Stefan van der Walt

LCA CHAIRMAN