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Re: “Bad Neighbors?

The most alarming thing about this article is paragraph 7 where Petty says the fire has not changed how he will go about picking renters and that he would pick these people again. Did he check those references? These people blew up his apartment building! They were manufacturing drugs using a complex volatile process, and he would pick her again? They had 4 guns in the apartment. and he would pick her again???

Posted by another nearby neighbor on 03/08/2012 at 11:00 AM

Re: “Bad Neighbors?

I was personally told by the Pettys that they no longer wanted to hear about problems at the apartment and that I should contact the police if I had complaints. This was with regard to several tenants inhabiting the building After the eviction he is referring to, so he is lying when he says there have been no complaints. These hash makers are at least the third serious round of drug dealers to work out of that place since the Pettys took ownership. The police have not heard about what was going on at that house because it became too scarey to make complaints. The last time I complained to the landlords, I begged them to keep my name out of it. Instead they told the tenant that I'd spoken to them (he had threatened me verbally). The next day I had my windshield shattered. This guy would laugh and send his buddies over to look at the damage. The Pettys insisted I couldn't prove that their tenant had shattered my windshield. This same tenant's own family called the police on him for violence the following year. The Pettys don't care; they are content to harbor violent drug dealers as long as they're paying the rent on time.

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Posted by another nearby neighbor on 03/07/2012 at 9:52 PM

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