Probably yes. Mr. John Ellis lives in a residential neighborhood where the houses are big and are on small lots very close to each other. From the facts presented against Mr. Ellis,
Linda reported, she called police several times to make a safety check. It wasn’t until the second check that her living arrangements were discovered.
The police reported to the rented condominium and found nothing out of place. No sign of a break in or fouls play. Car keys, clothes, computer and camera were still in the condominium. Also, Martha’s car was still in the parking lot of the condominium. It’s as if they went out
Built in the late 1830′s, the mansion was home to the Gordon family for many years and watched over by an old caretaker. The Gordon family is long gone now.... but the old caretaker still watches over the place.
Mr. Perez and his wife Mrs. Perez are the current homeowners of 503 Treehouse Court in Fort Washington, Maryland. The home is utilized as a rental property and Mr. and Mrs. Perez serve as landlords. During the interview, Mr. Perez was asked to confirm the identity of Miya Ford via her a photo provided by the State of Maryland Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). He was also asked to confirm the rental property in question by identifying a photo of the house per Google Maps. Following the acknowledgement of Mrs. Ford and the rental property, Mr. Perez provided Investigators with some background information in regard to his former tenants Mrs. Ford, her husband, Gregory Raspberry and their children.
Nicole and Jed live in a two story, townhome condominium. It was built in 1985. It has 1100 square feet of living space; including two bedrooms and two and half baths. The flooring is a combination of carpet and tile. The front is landscaped with grass, and the backyard is a fenced in patio area. There is no pool on the property. The Robert’s have firearms that are storede in a locked safe. The ammunition is stored in a separate locked container. The only pet that Nicole and Jed have is a pet turtle which is kept in an aquarium.
Resident Jorge L Palacios age 25 DOB: 7/8/91 disclosed to Service Coordinator Alegda Lira on 3/15/17 that staff at his home named Natty or Natalie (resident had difficulty with pronunciation) is consistently rude, blames him for everything, and picks on him. On at least one occasion the staff member made him cry as he pleaded with her to be kind to him. Often Jorge is forced to leave the home in the morning at approximately 8AM so the staff member can run errands. Subsequently the resident refuses due to being tired from working during the night, prompting the staff member to become angry with him. Consequently due to the maltreatment Jorge no longer desires to reside in the home. According to Jorge these incidents have occurred on several
Upon my arrival, I met with homeowner, Ms. Anastasia Shields and tenant Stephen Hayes who was intoxicated and being verbally aggressive. Mr. Hayes related that he rents a room from Ms. Shields. An argument erupted tonight between the parties when Ms. Shields asked for the rent which is over a month past due. On inquiry, Mr. Hayes produced a lease between Ms. Shields and himself. At this time, I noted that the property is a single residence and Mr. Hayes actually lives with Ms. Shields, which is against Haddon Township Ordinance.
Bmo reported that her mom had moved from those apartments since then, but paramour didn’t know what her new address was.
This officer conducted a home visit on June 1, 2016. The home is in the Collingswood neighborhood in Portsmouth, Virginia. The home is a town home style residence in the Mallard Cove complex. The residence is a two-story unit which consists of 3 bedrooms, kitchen, living room, den and two bedrooms. The residence is of frame and vinyl siding construction and not in need of repair. Keshawna has her own bedroom when she is there. The home has a small front yard and a court yard. There is also a storage shed on the property. At the time of this officer’s visit, housekeeping standards appeared good. The complex appears in good repair and fairly well maintained. The Collingswood area has a moderate degree of criminal activity. The residence is very
Nothing in the house appeared to be stolen which leads investigators to believe it was an
I have been living here in Crescent Valley Mobile Home Park for nearly 15 years, and I have never had problems with any neighbor. That is, until a woman moved into space #30 about two years ago. That was when the lives of my children were completely turned upside down. The aforementioned woman makes our lives seemingly impossible, and I really can’t take the stress.
Upon my arrival I attempted to make contact with the occupants multiple times by knocking on all three doors and ringing the doorbell. I was not receiving an answer at the door and I could not observe hear anyone inside the residence.
On March 13, 2017, I was dispatched to 1717 Haddington Drive to a Break-in call. Upon arrival, I was met by Ms. Samantha Marie Cooper, the resident of the house.
It is the year 2026, almost ten years and seven months from now there is a self sustaining house that can run itself for months or even years. The house is made to cook for the family that inhabit it, as well as remind it the date and time. It also cleans for the people living in it constantly as well as set activities to pass the time, but all that is heard is silence. The house tells the inhabitants the daily events and what to do at what time. But there is something different about this particular house. The family that is suppose to be living there has died, along with everyone else in the area around the house. It seems that all the people have died in an