Sunday, May 17, 2015
My first encounter came when I saw a dog inside an SUV in the night. Looking at the dog it looked like it was alright. I looked at the license plate number. I called 911, knowing that knocking a window would make the situation worse. Fortunately, as I called, the owners came as I heard a car alarm start (don't worry. I didn't touch the car. It was a key trigger.) I hung up & told them my concern. They said they were out for a few moments. As I felt fortunate for their sakes that I didn't fully reach the call, I felt that they were lucky it was a cool day in May & not a hot day in July. Later, I noticed a car parked on the sidewalk. I thought that the car was in need of repairs. But it turns out the person had to move the car quickly. As seen, myself in situations that were handled well. I think longer patrols would provide better results. In time, I know I can get to top notch.