A Habitat for Humanity neighborhood fights back against a wave of break-ins in their community.
Joe Burian's lived in his Habitat For Humanity home with his fiance, Tammy, for two years now. "This is by far the greatest accomplishment, that I have provided for Tammy," Burian said.
That's why he was so upset that someone broke-in Tuesday morning while he was taking Tammy to work.
"I can't fathom, you know, gathering the courage to kick someone's door in while they were gone and, you know, go through their personal stuff," Burian said.
Neighbors say there's been several break-ins in the area since the fall.
"It's tragic because some of those are single mothers with kids and some of those happened around Christmas," Burian said.
But this time, a neighbor saw thieves breaking into Burian's house and called police. Burian says they were caught before they could get a way with his safe.
"Ours has kind of a natural neighborhood watch set up, because they know each other, they know who lives where."
Burian says because the Habitat For Humanity community is so close, if the arrest would have been made as quickly in a different neighborhood.
"I've got a lot of people's back around here and they've got mine and Tammy's," Burian says. "It was a blessing all around."
Now the habitat community hopes their neighborhood will be a little safer.