My car was broken into last night.
IN MY OWN DRIVEWAY!
2 dvd players and ALL of Connor's dvds......gone.
I feel so totally violated now.
I don't feel safe in my own neighborhood now.
I hate this.
I am pretty sure that I must have scared them off while they were doing it.
My neighbor texted me this morning at 6 am to tell me her husband's car had been broken into.
I got up and looked at the window, and indeed saw that my car door was standing wide open.
I felt my stomach drop.
I called my neighbor(who lives two doors up, before me)and got the details of her thievery.
They took everything valuable in the car and shut the door.
My door was open......hmm.
I then talked to my neighbors two doors down, past me.
Their car was unlocked, and undisturbed. hmm.......
I then talked to my neighbors four doors down, past me.
Their car was unlocked, windows down, and a laptop computer sitting on the seat. NOTHING was missing. HUH?
You see, something woke me up last night around 2 am.
I didn't know what, but I got up to go to the bathroom.
Usually I try to do this as quiet as possible, as to not disturb Lee and Connor.
Well, this time, I had a real uneasy feeling for some reason.
So I turned on ALL the lights on my way to the bathroom (which you can see from the front of the house, where the cars are parked).
They must have seen the lights come on, and booked it.
Luckily, it stopped with us.
I am so aggravated with this situation though.
The developers of this neighborhood have decided to rent out some of the houses in this subdivision.
Well, the newest tenants have A LOT of visitors.
All hours of the night.
I know, because their music wakes me up often, as they are driving through.
Very shady looking individuals.Drug traffic. Bottom line.
The new tenants drive very nice vehicles, and have nice things, and CLAIM that they have won the lottery.......a lot.
Hahahaha.......uh, haha. YEAH RIGHT!
I've called the developers, and informed them of all these things.
Something had better be done about it. Bottom line.
I am very irritated. I want to feel safe in my own neighborhood. Bottom line.