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Re: Dogs (was Hello out there)

  • Subject: Re: Dogs (was Hello out there)
  • From: "Daryl" <dp2413@comcast.net>
  • Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2009 13:38:21 -0500


When I moved to "the country" I thought that all would be peaceful. I'm sorry that it's not, but you've had much more trouble than most. I hope you can get that creep.

Could you keep your dogs inside for a few nights so that the police dogs could do their thing? The perp might not know the difference in dogs.


----- Original Message ----- From: "Jesse Bell" <justjess01@gmail.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Tuesday, January 27, 2009 10:53 AM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Dogs (was Hello out there)

I live in the country and have "no trespassing" signs all over the fence
line. My husband put up security cameras, security lights (this guys knows
the cameras are there and he wears a hoodie jacket and covers his face..we
have that on film, but no face so it doesn't do us any good) and we also
hired a retired swat/policeman to sit out here one night.  The peeping tom
usually shows up on a full moon because it's so bright. But he also watches
from a distance - and I think he knew the cop was out there waiting on him
because he didn't show up that night. That police officer said he would be
happy to loan us 2-3 police dogs but we declined because I didn't want an
altercation with MY dogs. We flat out told the Sheriff's office that if we
see him again, we're gonna shoot 'em in the *ss and feel sorry about it
later.  My husband went to high school with the sheriff and the district
attorney - both of them said "Robert - if it were ME, I would feel the same
way - and we may have to go through the "formalities" of arresting you if
you did it..but I doubt anything would happen.  Or, we might just have to
look the other way or say it was self-defense, so don't shoot him in the
*ss, shoot him in the knee cap!"As far as getting sued for the dog biting or
attacking - I doubt that would happen.  We have multiple complaints filed
with the sheriff's office and a description of the perp - and they KNOW who
he is but have to catch him in the act.  He has a record for indecent
exposure and disorderly conduct.  AND I have worked in the legal field for
years and have some really good attorneys that would represent us if that
were to happen. I think everybody around here would like to beat the guy to a pulp. He targets houses with young girls (I have four girls) and BLONDES of all things (I'm blonde, two of my daughters are blonde). This guy always leaves a "sign" that he was here - just so you know. He leaves a cigarette butt on our porch, unscrews the outdoor light bulbs, opens a pasture gate - and he is very savvy. He is an ex-military guy and knows how to get around this area. He travels down the creek so he isn't caught. I have, on frosty
mornings, seen his footprints outside my bedroom window and my girls

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