UPDATE FROM JL POA
A Publication of the JL POA Chronicle
In the early morning hours of April 16th, Jupiter Police pursued a stolen vehicle on Alternate A1A. The vehicle crashed into the guardrail on northbound A1A near Toney Penna and the suspects fled on foot. Our perimeter camera system indicates that the suspects did not enter JL.
 
The stolen vehicle was one of three BMWs stolen from a neighboring gated community.
 
As a reminder, please keep vehicles locked and the alarms turned on if left outside the garage. There has been a rise in auto burglaries in Palm Beach County, so please remember to remove any valuables from your vehicles. It is recommended that you not leave your garage door opener in the vehicles unless it is secured in a hidden spot. As always, please secure your homes by locking your doors and using your alarm system, even when you are home.
 
With many people experiencing financial difficulty during these unique times, some crimes are on the rise. We ask that you partner with JL Security in keeping your home and your property secure. Lock your homes and vehicles, use you alarms, and report any suspicious persons or activity immediately.
 
 
Michael Keyes, CPP
Director of Security, JLPOA

Palm Beach County
Executive Order 20-004 Directive
to Wear Facial Covers

Palm Beach County issued Emergency Order 20-004 effective as of 12:01AM Monday, April 13, 2020. The Emergency Order states all persons working in, patronizing, or otherwise physically present in grocery stores, restaurants, pharmacies, construction sites, public transit vehicles, vehicles for hire, and locations where social distancing measures are not possible should wear facial coverings as defined by the CDC. All other persons physically present in any public place in Palm Beach County are strongly urged to wear facial coverings as defined by the CDC.
 
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