Shooting at Auburn Glen Apartments Leaves One Dead and One Injured.
Atlanta Police responded to a shooting on Friday afternoon, April 22, 2022, at Auburn Glenn Apartments, 49 Boulevard Southeast, Atlanta, Georgia. According to police, one person was killed and another injured when they tried to stop individuals from breaking into their cars. Police said a 31-year-old man was rushed to the hospital but later died. The other victim is only identified as a 29-year-old woman. Police said the suspects were last seen riding scooters through the parking garage. The investigation is ongoing. Sadly, this is not the first shooting at Auburn Glenn.
How to Prevent Violence at Apartment Complexes?
Legal contributor Attorney Brian Mickelsen, an experienced crime victim lawyer, represents crime victims and gunshot victims injured or killed in shootings, stabbings, and assaults at apartment complexes and commercial properties.
“Apartment complexes can take certain, reasonable steps to help prevent violence on their properties – for example, adequate lighting, controlled-access gates, fences, courtesy officers, security patrols, off-duty officers, and cameras. It is also important for property owners to request prior crime data to get a better idea of what is happening at or near the property. Owners and managers should request for the 9-11 calls for service logs, crime grids, and actual police reports.”
“Crimes of opportunity – car break-ins – are precisely the types of crimes that can be deterred.”
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