Coto de Caza Crime & Vandalism at All Time High - A Tale of Two Cities
By CotoBlogzz | 01-24-2009 5:30 PM
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA - When looking at crime and vandalism in the Coto de Caza community, the only question seems to be the slope of curve but not the direction. There was a 20% increase in crime from the third quarter to the fourth quarter ending December 2009, for example, where burglary/theft increased from a total of 18 reported incidents to 31.
We previously reported that "Apparently unique to the community is that the age group of 50-years and above, account for roughly 50% of the reported incidents - what we call the GRUP Syndrome", and that law enforcement agencies are not particularly well liked by the Coto de Caza governance, specially the California Highway Patrol (CHP).
Ladera Third Quarter Public Safety Figures Show Few
de Caza Traffic Citations – Trading Places- We
have often referred to the GRUP, Peter Pan and even
Michael Jackson Syndrome – where adults refuse to
grow up - and usually associated with traffic
citations. This time is no different.
Looking at snap shots of citations throughout 2008:
Public Safety Data Indicates GRUPs Continue to be an Issue in Coto de Caza- Coto de Caza, CA - The latest public safety data from the Orange County Sheriff's department shows the crime rate in Coto de Caza continues an upward trend that started at the end of December of 2007 and reached a peak by March of 2008.
are the $1.5M Coto de Caza Gates Good For?
City – Coto de Caza ......Of Peter Pan, Grups and
Coto d Caza
Coto de Caza is Doing for Public SafetyWAugust
are currently following up on various traffic
incidents registered in Coto de Caza during July and
have asked the CHP to confirm the investigations are
still open in the cases listed below
Orange County Crime Down, Nation's Crime Up - While the is expected to report a 1.3 percent rise in violent crime nationwide in 2006 — an increase for the second straight year, Sheriff Michael Carona today announced that criminal homicide, forcible rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, larceny-theft and motor vehicle theft decreased by 3.7% in jurisdictions served by the Orange County Sheriff’s Department in 2006. “This is great news for Orange County. Violent crimes decreased by 7.72% and property crimes decreased by 3.76% as compared to 2005. The men and women of the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, in partnership with our residents, community leaders, and business owners, continue to make law enforcement a top priority. We are, once again, one of the safest communities in the nation,” said Sheriff Carona.
Dues Increase for Estates and Villages - Thanks CZ!
and Vandalism In Coto de Caza at All Time High
"To Serve and Protect" to Disarm, Intimidate
Coto de Caza Crime and Vandalism Report
in Coto - Big Mouth CZ Bob- By Joseph Morabito, former
member CZ Master Association Board of Directors
many times must the CZ safety committee be formed
before it can be called an association committee?
DOES ITS JOB – CZ BOARD PLEASE DO YOURS!
Despite the public abuse the CHP has received
from the Coto de Caza board of directors ever since
the board was coerced into bringing the CHP back for
pro-active traffic patrol, figures indicate that the
CHP is doing its job: Trend for accident rate is
down and close to pre-firing levels. Just
as important, the number of Coto residents arrested
for DUI is down. See
chart below for actual accident rate.
Public Arrest WE9-24 and the Varo For Mayor Flawed
de Caza Truth Or Consequences
de Caza Supplier Performance Management Performance
the board’s response was: “If…
PUBLIC ARREST RECORD FOR WEEK ENDING 9-10-2006
Broken CZipper and Mezger’s POLP Rain
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