Baytown Self-Storage of Baytown, Texas, hosted a special town-hall meeting on Saturday to address the crime-related concerns of approximately 35 community residents. City-council member Brandon Capetillo and Police Chief Keith Dougherty called the meeting to address complaints about crime in the Craigmont, Country Club, Lantern Park and Quail Hallow areas, specifically speeding, drug use, break-ins and solicitations in parks.
Capetillo and Police Captain David Alford answered residents’ questions about law enforcement and expressed eagerness to address concerns and share information. Dougherty also brought in the SWAT command truck and an automatic license-plate-recognition unit to show residents examples of the department’s technology.
Source: The Baytown Sun, City officials talk safety with citizens
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