EAGLE POINTER 08.07.2014

Eagle Pointer 8/3 - 8/9/2014

► Safety & Security

EAGLE POINTER 08.02.2014

Eagle Pointer 7/27 - 8/2/2014

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Chief Deputy John Samaniego and The Shelby County Sheriff's Office have been very responsive and supportive of the needs and concerns of Eagle Point.

Here are a few of actions Chief Deputy Samaniego has personally been involved in:

• Actively investigated cases of vandalism / graffiti in Eagle Point in 2014.
• Communicated with Eagle Point during the investigation of car break-ins in 2012 and 2014.
• Facilitated the installation of radar speed signs in Eagle Point in June 2014.
• Increased regular patrols in the neighborhood.

EAGLE POINTER 07.12.2014

Eagle Pointer 7/6 – 7/12/2014

► Safety

We have been notified that some of our residents are firing guns in the woods between Eagle Creek Circle and Eagle Point Circle. Please know that firing guns is not allowed in Eagle Point. Shelby County considers firing a gun, BB or otherwise, in a residential neighborhood to be Reckless Endangerment. Reckless Endangerment may be considered a felony.


Eagle Pointer Special Bulletin 07.07.2014: Vandalism

As many of you are aware, several homes in Eagle Point were vandalized during the night of July 4. Houses, driveways, retaining walls, mailboxes, and vehicles were damaged with spray paint and raw eggs. All known damage occurred around the area of Eagle Point Circle, Eagle Valley Drive, and Eagle Mountain Lane. Reports were filed with the Shelby County Sheriff's Office on July 5. The Sheriff's Office is actively investigating, and has received some leads on possible suspects.

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