The Eyewitness Success Blotter for March 13, 2020

These wins for local business owners happened between March 06, 2020 & March 12, 2020

We start off each week bringing you the news of crimes across the country – some without happy endings or resolutions, some where the bad guys get away. So, to that end, we like to end each week by providing you with a roundup of some of the best Eyewitness Success stories for the week – times when the good guys won and local businesses were protected from the worst.

Intoxicated Intruder Arrested

Date: 03.08.20     Metro Area: Houston, TX

An individual was observed stumbling onto and walking around a monitored lot, weaving between vehicles. An audio warning was issued, but the individual continued to wander around the space. Police were dispatched and the security guard notified.

When police arrived and located the intruder, it was determined he was drunk. Eyewitness observed officers place him in handcuffs and remove him from the dealership.

Tire Thief Caught

Date: 03.08.20     Metro Area: Austin, TX


Eyewitness monitored a pickup truck arrive on a dealership property and park near the used tire area. An individual got out of the truck and started to take tires, so the police were dispatched.

During the call, the subject left the lot and the police were updated as to his direction of travel.

When police caught up to him, the individual stated that he was contracted to pick up used tires and was allowed to pick up any tires on the ground. This was determined to be a lie and the police arrested the individual.

Return Intruder (and Accomplice) Arrested

Date: 03.12.20     Metro Area: Oklahoma City, OK

The night began with an intruder entering an Eyewitness monitored dealership property a little before 4 in the morning. Remote Surveillance Professionals (RSPs) immediately initiated audio, which served to deter the subject.

A half hour later, however, the same individual crept onto a neighboring monitored lot, heading toward the back of the building. As this was the second time the same trespasser had entered a monitored dealership, police were at once dispatched. As the subject began weaving among the vehicles, police arrived, arresting both him and a female accomplice he had just outside the property to act as a lookout.

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