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You need to call the police , this is trespass and vandalism.They have no right to take your mail box or trim trees on your property.Law enforcement will resolve this, they can be charged criminally.Anytime they come onto your property or vandalize call the police.
I would also consider posting a no trespass sing, and possibly security camera.This makes video record for the police to prosecute.
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California law recognizes and respects the sanctity of a person’s private property. As a result, it is a crime to enter or remain on another’s property without permission. In these instances, a defendant can be charged with trespassing under California Penal Code Section 602 PC. While there are over thirty forms of trespassing under California law, all adhere to the same basic elements.
In order to prove that a defendant is guilty of trespassing, a prosecutor must be able to establish the following:
2. Related Offenses
Similar offenses include the following: