Home Invasions In Clinton Township Have Residents Fighting Mad

CLINTON TWP., Mich. (WWJ) – Home invasions in a normally quiet and safe neighborhood in Clinton Township have residents scared and mad. And, they’re planning to do something about it.

At 6:30 p.m. Monday, residents, clergy and Clinton Township police will gather in St. Claude Chapel on Beaconsfield. They’re getting together to talk about what they can do to better prepare their community against home invasions. Police have already given out red and white window signs that warn would-be criminals that their neighborhood is on alert and residents have their eyes open.

The neighborhood watch meeting is open to everyone. For more information on tonight’s meeting, call 586-530-7576.


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