Monday, July 06, 2009

DISTRICT OFFICE KEYS STOLEN

Stolen from vehicles: Police received reports of items stolen from vehicles between June 25 and 29. Stolen items included GPS units, stereos, cash, keys to the Greece Central School District offices, a gym bag, a sideview mirror and rims. The vehicles were parked on West Ridge Road, Flynn Road, Greece Ridge Center, East Manitou Road, Stone Road, Elm Ridge Center, McGuire Road, Dewey Avenue, Orchard Creek Lane, Mt. Read Boulevard, Bennington Drive, Arlidge Drive and Post Avenue.

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SCATS ~~ The employee who left their car unlocked with these keys in it should reimburse GCSD to replace the locks! I wonder whether or not GCSD is having the locks changed to prevent theft of computers, printers and other high tech electronics or to keep records safe and private.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

They're not going to worry about theft of computers, etc., they let Walts and his boys walk away with them unpunished, so who cares if some kids break in and steal them. We just give everything away.

Anonymous said...

I agree that the "responsible" employee (I use that word very loosely here) should pay up for causing this trouble. Why would anyone leave something as valuable as this in an unlocked car? Maybe we should be replacing this person!

Anonymous said...

The article did not specify if the car was locked or unlocked. If it was locked, it is not the employees fault.

SCATS said...

To 4:19PM ~~ If the car were locked, this would have been reported as a car break in. Remember, GPD doesn't consider it a crime for someone to enter your unlocked vehicle.

Anonymous said...

If I were given a set of keys to the office building where I work, I sure as heck wouldn't leave them in my car! If they were stolen, I'd probably be out of my job!!!Why would anyone leave a set of keys in a car, let alone an unlocked car? Total stupidity!

Anonymous said...

To 6:15PM......we don't have a lot of very bright light bulbs working at Central Office. A kindergartener has more sense than the dim wits up a C.O.

Anonymous said...

There is no need for concern.

The wonderful state of the art School Security system will catch anyone improperly entering a GCSD building. It was part of the CIP and it works just as well as the rest of the CIP did.

The LardGlutiusMaximus Security officer will respond and make a report. (see SCATS I didn't say fatazzed, don't want ya hairballing again.)

SCATS said...

To 7:21PM ~~ I'd say that's STILL name-calling.

Anonymous said...

Lets be carefull here. If the police chief had his hand gun taken from his vehicle with no reprocussions why should any other public employee be treated differently?

Anonymous said...

6:02 - because 2 wrongs don't make a right?

Anonymous said...

As a security professional, I am aghast with what was reported. What would be served by identifying what the keys unlocked other than to allow the new owner to know the value of what they have?

This incompetent reporting reminds me of the wife of the new British security chief, who posted family pictures and vacation plans on Facebook.

Oh my God. Greece Police continue to display top-notch skills.

SCATS said...

To 8:58PM ~~ "What would be served by identifying what the keys unlocked other than to allow the new owner to know the value of what they have?"

To make the person who left the keys in their car sweat bullets over their negligence maybe ... ?