Skip to comments.Glock block: Pistol-packing Oregon neighborhood fights crime wave
Posted on 06/19/2013 6:50:09 AM PDT by 2nd amendment mama
An Oregon community fed up with rising petty neighborhood crime and dissatisfied with police response has taken matters into their own hands. Theyve organized a citizens watchdog group armed with Glock handguns and ready to protect their property.
Their pamphlets, posted in noticeable spots around town, states: This is a Glock Block. We dont call 911, KOIN.com first reported.
The community is Jennings Lodge, located in Clackamas County. And the fliers arent just idle warnings.
Community members have actually pursued conceal carry permits in order to fend off the crime wave, which includes everything from stolen lawn ornaments to vandalism, the Daily Mail reported.
Were starting a new group, said Clackamas County resident, Coy Toloman, in a KOIN report. We dont feel neighborhood watch is sufficient, and we dont feel the Clackamas County Sheriffs Office is sufficient.
Ms. Toloman, fueled by the theft of a favorite
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Glock and load! Glocks rock!
Look out Trayvon!
Great idea and I like their motto....”we don´t call 911”
When seconds count the police are only minutes away....having donuts.
This is great! More neighborhoods should adopt this method of protecting themselves and their property!
There will be police drones above monitoring the situation . . .
I’ll bet this story makes liberals very sad and that makes me happy.
Amazing how becoming a victim changes your perspective...
It’s World War Z out there. Some folks just won’t see it until it’s kicking them in the face.
Crime has increased in this area with the introduction of light rail.
Clackamas county? The original Kimbers were from there IIRC.
And the little thugs generally get free transit passes.
“Glock Block”...that’s perfect and memorable. I bet the bad guys pay a lot more attention to those signs than they do to “Neighborhood Block Watch” signs. I sure would!
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