After rash of vehicle break-ins, Elk Grove considers neighborhood watch (MT)

About 40 to 50 vehicle break-ins have occurred over the last several months in Elk Grove, leaving residents concerned.  Most of the break-ins were reportedly due to unlocked doors rather than vehicles being damaged.  The Elk Grove Homeowners Association is considering creating a neighborhood watch to end the break-ins. Additionally, the Sheriff’s department is working with the neighborhood to solve the problem.    Read the article………….


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