My son is 2 years old. I am at home with him all day as is his father as he has been signed off sick for a year with sleep insomnia and on strong medication. Olanzapine and sertraline. I also have a daughter who is 6 from my previous marriage.
January when the police were called. They took him and he came back and slept in my shed. Then barged back in one day when I had my back door open.
Yes I did then he barged in when my back door was open as I was uaware he had been sleeping in my shed! I hate keep calling the police my children get scared. Socia;l sevices got involved because it was domestic the police have to inform them. Social services were worried about him smoking canabis at my property I keep asking him to stop (he only ever does it outside) although thats not the point I hate it!! I found messages to his friends saying he was going to roll a joint at 11pm at night when he was downstairs and I was asleep. I dont know where he is keeping but yesterday I found two plants growing at the top of my garden I wripped them into pieces and put them in the recycling. Im scared my kids will be taken by social services for not keeping my end of the bargain. I feel ill please help me.
Nothing they said they didn't need to come out and do a home visit as I assured them no drugs would be bought back to the property.
Yes it is no life for me or my children more importantly!
So basically considering i know he will just keep coming back to the house I have to keep calling the police infront of my children that are all ready petrified of them due to the way they handled my partner infront of them when they arrested him? I guess really there is no other way if he is going to keep trying to get in the house.
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