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30 cars were vandalized in our area last night, two on our own street. Also, it appears a child predator is being very bold. This is also the same area that was covered in the news this summer, that had a man walking into houses where women were home alone. Where are the police you ask..............never seen one car in the year I have lived here. It took them 20 minutes to respond to our neighbors call. Here is a report from a street close by. > > > Just to let you know, a few weeks ago Greg and I had left to go out to > dinner with friends, leaving Lauren and Maddie at home. Lauren was to > have > her girlfriend who lives on Buckridge walk over to our house. Not more > then two minutes after we left, a man sitting in a car near our house saw > Lauren's girlfriend walking and began following her in his car. Her > friend > noticed him so she began running up our walk and the man jumped out of his > car and started chasing her. Lauren opened the door to let her friend in > and saw the man running right up our sidewalk behind her friend. She let > her friend in and locked the door immediately. He begain banging on the > door yelling "let me in." Lauren told him she was calling the police so > he > left (not immediately though) and jumped in his car and sped away. The > police came to our house to get a description of the man, but we later > followed up with them and they told us they were not able to find him. He > was NOT a high school boy. He was in his mid to late twenties and looked > very unkept. Lauren thought he looked like he was on drugs. He was in a > small grey or dark tan car. > > This just proves the point that we cannot feel totally safe anywhere! > > Pamela Michael >> I thought you might like to distribute this to your Woodlands Watch > list. >> >> Last Sunday a friend of mine left our church on W. Panther Creek and > was >> sitting at the light at Woodlands Pkwy and W Panther Creek when a man > came >> up to the passenger side of her car and tried to open the door. >> Fortunately >> her doors were locked, but the man began beating on the window and >> yelling. >> This went on for several minutes until the light turned and she was > able >> to >> complete her left turn onto Woodlands Pkwy. >> >> This just highlights that we must always be vigilant and keep our car > and >> house doors locked. >> >> I have instructed my son that ANYTIME he gets into the car, he needs > to >> punch the door locks immediately so that it is harder for him to be > car >> jacked. >> >> So, I just wanted to share this with you and if you could distribute > it to >> anyone you know in The Woodlands maybe it will help to keep us all > safe