Published: Sunday, 05 November 2017 11:59
Just a reminder to get out and vote Tuesday. For all of Snell Isle, the Woman’s Club at 40 Snell Isle Blvd is your polling location.
Your polling location can accept your un-used mail-in ballot, spoil it and provide you a new ballot OR, if you’ve received your ballot and cannot locate it, no problem, your polling location can provide you a new ballot.
Published: Friday, 03 November 2017 11:14
All over the City, we are experiencing an uptick in car thefts, burglaries and other crime. Recall the HOT WHEELS expose the Tampa Bay Times printed earlier this year? Well, for a while things calmed down it seemed, but now - especially when folks let their guard down - it’s back in the forefront.
Please be mindful, if you are accustomed to pulling into your driveway or garage and start to unload packages, groceries, etc. and you leave your keys, key fob, purse, or wallet in the car. What if someone jumped in your car and took off? IT HAPPENS! All it takes is one instant for the thugs to high-jack a vehicle in a flash! We have all worked hard for what we have, yet it can be stolen in an instant when we let our guard down. DON’T DO IT!
Lock those car doors and turn the ignition off, take your keys, fob and purse inside…even if just for a quick trip inside. It’s not worth it to give the thugs a crime of opportunity. I remind you…it’s happening ALL OVER TOWN. Let’s make sure it doesn’t happen to YOU!
This next article from Pasco Sheriff’s Office, pertains to children being victimized…Pasco Deputies Warn Parents: Children Solicited Through Apps. The sheriff’s Cyber Investigations Unit has spotted this trend over the last two months involving the abuse of social media and preteens…
Please, please try to be ON GUARD at all times. If you SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING. Our St Pete Police (or any police department) would much rather come to investigate and prevent a crime than deal with the aftermath OF a crime! Please watch out for one another and…Stay Safe.
Published: Monday, 30 October 2017 15:49
Our own Sergeant Jason Deary of the St Petersburg Police Dept is starring in this great video reminding us all of good advice and safety tips for Trick-or Treaters. Please take a moment to open the link and make note. And please stay safe as you and yours enjoy this spooky Halloween!