Sunday, October 28, 2018

Apartment Life #51

This is a new weekly blog post that I'm calling Apartment Hell  Life. I've mentioned a few times some of the crazy things that go on in and around my apartment complex in the past 20 years that we've lived here and people keep telling me I should write a book. But instead of a book, I've decided to share the crazy things that have happened in and around my apartment complex in the last 20 years here in a weekly blog post.


I got up early last week to walk Falcor and saw a police car on my street. I found out later that they were there for a reported robbery and break in to some guys apartment in the next courtyard. 


The guy later told everyone who would listen to him that he started selling marijuana out of his apartment last month *he didn't tell the police this* and everyone around here knows he works nights. So while he was at work that night someone broke into his apartment and stole all his marijuana, his tv, stereo, game system and all his prescription medicine. He's so pissed off, omg. He said he's not selling marijuana anymore because the coughassholescough around here can't be trusted. lol 

One more thing. 

9pm last night I heard a bunch of yelling. My neighbors had about 8 people at his apartment and they were fighting. Someone broke the living room window, someone was kicking the door and the woman who was involved yelled at everyone that she called the cops so they better leave. So of course everyone left except for the 2 people that live there. The police show up in about 5 minutes. The woman who lives there was outside telling the police that the guy who broke the window had a sledge hammer and broke a bunch of stuff in her apartment. She stood out there writing out a statement. Hopefully the little idiot gets arrested. 

UPDATE:


I snapped a picture of their broken window this morning. All is quiet over there now and I didn't see anyone get arrested last night. Hopefully the drama from that apartment will be gone for a while now. 


So that's it for this week's Apartment Hell  Life! Be sure to come back next week for more.

40 comments:

  1. Sigh. It wouldn't be dull around there - and sometimes boring has charm.

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  2. That sure is a lot of stuff going on, Mary! Thank goodness you're safe! Hugs...RO

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    1. Oh yeah, I'm safe. The drama around here doesn't usually bleed out into my life.

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  3. A marijuana dealer thinks other people are lowlifes!!
    And are those cars in your photo all parked? They're practically in the middle of the road!

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    1. I agree. Yeah the cars are parked.

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  4. I thought "wow, some people really can't park" in the photo too. Hopefully the cops get the little sledgehammer nut. Who carries one of those around? And I really feel oh so bad for the drug dealer, not.

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    1. I don't know if sledge hammer guy will be back around or if they told the police who he was.

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  5. The first one is funny and one of those thing you just couldn't write into a story because it wouldn't sound realistic.

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    1. Right? The crazy stuff that happens around here is just mostly crazy.

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  6. Dang, you could do your own crime TV show!

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    1. Ken and I joke all the time that we should open a donut shop in our apartment and let police set up surveillance from our window. lol

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  7. In my neck of the woods police are not very competent, so people are spending time trying to be creative in finding ways to prevent robbery.

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    1. That's sad that you can't count on them.

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  8. A robbery now...sighs. There's a permanent parking spot in our apartment lot for police. The cop car that's park there now has been there for a year now- I think it's an unused cop car-I never saw it leave before. Probably there just to scare off potential bad guys.

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  9. Another day another crime.

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  10. Things are never boring where you live, that's for sure lol

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    1. If it were boring I'd have nothing to write about. lol

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  11. One of my relatives is in law enforcement. He says that they deal with about 10% of the population around 95% of the time. The other 90% are law abiding citizens. And isn't that scary? If only a tenth of the bunch are criminals and the cops are busy all the time....

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    1. I believe that. I seem to have a lot of assholes in my complex and most of the trouble is drug related.

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  12. My first thought was terrible parking when I saw that photo too. Wow, your neighborhood isn’t boring!

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    1. Everyone thought the parking was bad. lol
      It's never boring here that's for sure.

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  13. Gosh that place you live at

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    1. Oh I know. It's nuts here all the time.

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  14. If it ever was quiet and your place Mary I would be afraid very afraid.

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  15. Is there something in the water around your apartment that makes people crazy?!

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    1. LOL Maybe I should stop drinking the water just in case?

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  16. Maybe legalization will rid us of some of this nonsense, but I doubt it!

    Lovely window!

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    1. It's legal here but people still buy and sell on the street.

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  17. lol, your neighbors aren't very bright

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  18. Wow is all I have to say *shakes head*

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    1. It's so nuts around here. I shake my head all the time.

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  19. Never a dull day around your apartment.

    Melanie @ Hot Listens & Books of My Heart

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    1. I wouldn't mind a few dull moments.

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  20. Never a dull moment, eh?!

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