A parade of golf carts driven by Brookridge Crime Watch members and law enforcement vehicles, above, inch down the streets of the Brookridge community in Brooksville on Tuesday. Riders waved and honked to send a message they won't tolerate crime for this year's National Night Out. The leader of the crime watch group, Wayne Woodin, said there have been reports of domestic abuse in the neighborhood. The group's official golf cart, left, sits in the community's country club parking lot before the parade. More than 34-million people participated in National Night Out last year, according to the National Association of Town Watch Web site.