Loitering and Other Events

Frequently, we observe Crossroads clients, visitors and others on or around Mitchell Drive (outside Crossroads property) parking (and remaining in car for periods of time before driving off), loitering, walking down the street and back 5-15 minutes later, etc. While some of these things may be benign as one offs – it is constant and some of it is suspicious. When these events are aggregated – it is constant and not normal activity for the neighborhood.

MAY 31, 2023 | 9:40AM

Man parks in front of our house waiting for Crossroads client. When confronted, said parking lot was full.

MAY 25, 2023 | 4:51PM

Man appears to come from Crossroads. Walks down to end of grass area, dumps something out of his cup on neighbor’s yard and walks back.

MAY 22, 2023 | 3:40PM

Man comes from Crossroads and walks down the back side of wall and then walks back about 4 minutes later.

MAY 17, 2023 | 3 – 8PM

1 of 2: Man lingering in neighborhood for hours, hanging out in grass area. Asked by neighbor if needed help. Said waiting for ride from co-worker. Had package then didnt have package at times. Knocked on neighbor door and asked to call “co-worker” to be picked up. (more videos)

MAY 17, 2023 | 7PM

2 of 2: Man waited at backside of Crossroads for more than 1.5 hours. No security confronted him.

MAY 11, 2023 | 8:50am

Two Crossroads’ clients are walking along side houses on 20th street yelling, they stop in middle of Mitchell Dr and 20th street and continue to argue loudly and erratically before eventually proceeding to Crossroads’ facility.

APRIL 8, 2023 | 5:37 to 7:00pm

For almost two hours, a Crossroads client (who was turned away), loitered on the grass on the back side of the wall. Two homeowners asked him what he was doing and if he could wait at the facility. He stayed where he was. Crossroads was contacted and asked about security. They said someone would come out. Nobody did. Someone called the police – they walked around the parking lot but did not address the person. After almost two hours of waiting and “not knowing what to do.” – a homeowner gave him a cell phone to use to call a ride.

APRIL 6, 2023 | 3:49pm

Security confronts a Crossroads client who was walking around the neighborhood and who was “turned away” earlier from the facility.

MARCH 28 | 8:13am

MARCH 14 | 12:04PM

Two individuals seem to pack and unpack their backpacks for at least 10 minutes before walking over to Crossroads. At one point they looked around the corner to see if we were still outside observing.

MARCH 14 | 12:00PM

Crossroads client wanders over to green space during lunch; walks all the way down Mitchell Street, turns down 21st street and returns 20 minutes later and security escorts her back to facility.

MARCH 14 | 9:21AM

Crossroads client walks over to grass area and walks to the end; comes back about 10 minutes later and returns to Crossroads.

MARCH 13 | 3:52 PMSecurity guard from Crossroads escorts client over to our house to pickup an Uber.

MARCH 8 | 8:30AM

Stay tuned for more events as they occur (unfortunately)…


Loitering and Other
Emergency Service Calls

If you witness any events you would like included in this Crossroads issues tracking site, please email me at dorrithyden@gmail.com.

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