Neighborhood Watch Alert

11-14-15 Neighborhood Watch Updates

Neighborhood Watch Request for Help


We received the following notification about a residential burglary that occurred in Hidden Meadows:

“My house was robbed yesterday (Nov 12, 2015) at about 3:00 in the afternoon.  Access was gained by busting out the laundry window and climbing in. My neighbor happened to have seen the car and the individuals as they were leaving. He did not get a license number. The perpetrators were three young Hispanics – one girl and two guys. They were driving a dark blue and gray four door, like a Honda Civic, Toyota Camry….something along that line. The car was lowered and the neighbor says it had to have been a custom paint job. They parked across the street from my house. Because of footprints in the snow, the sheriff believes it was the girl that climbed in the window and then opened the garage man door for one of the males. That is all I know. Just be alert to things that seem odd in the neighborhood.”

We need your watchful eyes – we are the best at knowing what is/is not suspicious activity or persons in our own neighborhood.  If you see this car, PLEASE call the Sheriff’s dispatch at 785-WCSO (9276).

Let’s work together to keep Hidden Valley safe! LOCK UP, WATCH and OBSERVE and REPORT!  Please share this information with your friends and neighbors.


Neighbors Helping Neighbors


Fran De Avila & Leon Mills
Co-chairs of the HVHA Neighborhood Watch Committee