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no, they came to the door, my daughter answered it, they asked for me and my daughter told them i wasnt there and shut the door, they knocked again she answered again, i went to the back of the house. they told her that they know i was in there and that they just needed to talk to me, so she came and got me and when i returned to the livingroom, he was in the house. he told me that he was out the because of the complant and know that i am a felon and asked to search the house, they thought this was my residence, i told them no at first and he said that he would have to secure the house to get a warrent and that we would have to leave. my daughter is preganate and it was rainning out so i just went ahead and let them search. no he didnt have permission to be in the house at first
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