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Crime specialist's medical episode demonstrates 'We need community just as much as they need us'


Last updated 10/22/2021 at Noon

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Crime Prevention Specialist Heather Mitchell, second from left, poses with some of the residents of Aurora Heights where she returned to give a presentation after a medical episode cancelled the originally scheduled one.

Rick Monroe

special to Village News

When Heather Mitchell gave her Oct. 13 presentation at Aurora Heights about Neighborhood Watch and crime prevention, she brought pink cookies to thank the residents for their help with a "little" medical episode she had on Sept. 9.

The treats were to thank the residents for their help in September.

"That evening, I was scheduled to do a Neighborhood Watch/Crime Prevention Presentation for this community," the crime prevention specialist said. "That community had had a series of break-ins and reached out to our department for help and guidance."


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