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If you have footage of the drug traffiking have you reported it to the police? That would seem to be the most logical explanation
Also if you have a restraining order then he should not be anywhere near you depending on the terms of the restraining order
i have, but they say that they need the actual drug sale for them to do something. The restraining order allows him to be at his girlfriend's house because he said it's his residence...only a chain lonk fence is between our properties. you can see why i'm looking for more help!
I understand, and had a feeling there might have been that clause in the restraining order
i have reported the significant traffic to cps, but i don't think they will do anything if the sheriff won't either
CPS is such a hard place honestly. They are so overworked that they don't always focus on the cases that should be
Did you report the theft? I would make sure to report that as well
yes, but again, they didn't even interview him. I don't understand it. I am working on getting people who did the job to make statements, but they are not very eager for obvious reasons
i don't understand it
already said that, sorry
It seems as though you have taken almost all legal recourse that you can. The only other thing would be if he violated the restraining order, which it doesn't sound like he has done ye t
to then report that
i gave them the name of the guy that drove the truck when he stole the air conditioner and also the name of the under age person that the female at the house has sold drugs to
there's no sort of legal someone that can work to get anything done about any of it, then?
The only other thing would be to contact the District Attorney and see if they will take the case for the theft
oh, ok...just present my case to them and let them decide?
yes, generally the police do, but you could see if you could contact someone there. Otherwise I would keep calling CPS anonymously as well. Eventually they will have to look into the case. Any idea where the child's father is? That might be another avenue
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ok. yeah, they have a lot of issues like the power being off a lot, water being off a lot, the daughter missing school and all of that. I will keep documenting it and see if I can get anywhere. It's very frustrating. Unfortunately, she has never even told me the daughter's father's name, so that would be even more difficult. I will try to contact the DA, which sounds like my best bet. I have been trying to get a POC at the Sheriff for neighborhood watch, but haven't had any response so far. Thanks for your help.
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