SAN ANTONIO -- Jason Holcomb is the vice president of the HOA for the Canyon Crossing subdivision in West Bexar County. He says burglars are constantly targeting cars and homes in the subdivision, and he feels like his neighborhood is going downhill.
"Even next to officers that live there, they'll break into their homes, garages, vehicles and will even try to kick their doors in," Holcomb told us.
Holcomb said there are police officers on patrol, but because it's such a remote area, there aren't enough. In fact, he and a neighbor had to tackle a guy they caught trying to steal a car.
"We chased him down to the cul-de-sac at the end of the street," Holcomb said. "We were able to apprehend him and take him down."
Holcomb says the streets are very dark at night and the neighborhood needs volunteers for a 'Cellular On Patrol' program. But he can't get anyone's attention. He says it's only a matter of time before someone gets hurt.
"We have a lot of homeowners that are arming themselves with firearms, and they're worried," said Holcomb.
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