Thank you for your follow up and sorry for any delay.
DOT is responsible for the interstate regulation concerning semi-trucks.
Also it appears that there are several different laws that are being violated by the truck owner, such as having vehicles with fictitious plates, which in itself can be a criminal
I would suggest that you do speak to the Sheriff's office again and if the deputy does not want to investigate and enforce various violations, I would suggest that you contact the actual Sheriff in writing by certified mail with return receipt for your records and to document the fact that you are reporting these violations and state the situation in your letter and request for the Sheriff's Department to conduct an investigation
You also might be able to pursue this matter in civil court
under the nuisance doctrine, as having a semi truck in a residential neighborhood running at night, as well as, other junk vehicles that are not properly registered insured does create nuisance and affects your property value.
I would also suggest that you contact the actual owner/landlord of this property and state your position and demand for the owner to remedy the situation immediately or to fact legal recourse.If you are satisfied with my answer, I would appreciate if you would click on the accept button.
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