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March 14, 2007

Albany - People who live in Regency Club Apartments say they won't feel safe without Jack Camp around. They say before he moved in, there were regular break-ins at the complex, but when Camp arrived, he put an end to that.

Valerie Phillips planned to move out of her apartment but says Jack Camp made her feel secure. That's a security she doesn't have now.  She said, "After Camp moved out here, he stopped a lot of crimes, a lot of break ins and things out here. It was so peaceful when he moved out here. When Camp moved here, I didn't even have to worry about it anymore."

Phillips believes crime will only increase in the area now and plans to move out of her apartment soon.

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