Q: neighbors evil spawn keep throwing rocks in building and breaking windows. police refuse to do anything. what can i do
police refuse to do anything and it took them over 4 hours to respond to the broken window. BUT they only responded because the evill spawn threw his ball down my basement and I would not get it. then the cps showed up in 10 minutes. and no it was not shfit change and during the day.
I was given a ticket for throwing their trash back on their porch. I tried to explain to the cops and she kept telling me to shut up, that I was not gaining any favors with her and then cause I exercised my right of free speech and expression she told me she now going to ticket me because I would not shut up.
I was not mean or anything with her. I stated that she is like the rest of the cops and keep making excused for the parents not disciplining their kids and controlling them.
I restore cars and have a car that they threw a rock into. I was told ot keep my dorc closed, which does not solve the problem. I can not have customers stop in anymore for fear of their cars getting damaged.
A: you can sue the parents. You obviously forgot that police like politeness and deference and clearly they were tiring of your free speech. You want cooperation--listen. Maybe it shouldn't be that way, but you are over 21 and should know better.
You can ask a court to order them to stop doing things.
As to the trash, remember, two wrongs don't make a right.
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