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 21 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 21 years here in a weekly blog post.
Last Sunday night my daughter was standing outside enjoying the cooler weather as the sun went down and all of the sudden some guy in the apartments across the street in this picture started screaming, "Help, help" and then the police pulled up right in front of where my daughter was standing, got out and ran upstairs. So she started snapping pictures for me to share here.
After the police arrived, more police came, ran upstairs and arrested someone and then the ambulance pulled up.
So she stood there for a while and took pictures. She said that one person was arrested and one person was taken away in the ambulance.
The police were up in that apartment for a couple of hours though.
We're not sure what happened but there sure was a lot of activity on my street that night for a while.
So that's it for this week's Apartment
Hell Life! Be sure to come back next week for more.
Never a dull moment.ReplyDelete
I hope the person the ambulance collected is ok.
I hope so too.Delete
Vivid pictures in red and blue!ReplyDelete
"a couple of hours" - the police had a lot of work there.
Hopefully, the person in the ambulance has not been critically hurt.
Yeah they were busy for a while.Delete
OMG - thank goodness you guys are safe, and very thankful that the police were right there to get that person upstairs to the hospital. Definitely so much going on there! Hugs, ROReplyDelete
There was a lot going on for a while.Delete
Wow, she was front and center for the action. Hopefully the person in the ambulance is all right.ReplyDelete
Yeah she was. I hope so too.Delete
Are you ever able to find out what happened by going online?ReplyDelete
Not usually. The media doesn't do a lot of reporting things like this because it happens so often all over Las Vegas.Delete
That looks like it was a pretty quick response!ReplyDelete
Yeah I think it was.Delete
Hopefully that guy was alright. Lots of things happening in my neck of the woods. Good to keep a low profile.ReplyDelete
One of my neighbors wants to move out because of the police and stuff on our street all the time.Delete
The cops sure showed up pretty fast. Hope it got all sorted out.ReplyDelete
I hope so too.Delete
The law enforcement in your town may have your apartment on their list to visit. We managed apartments like that for a few months. Our police stopped by regularly.ReplyDelete
Okay, don't write a book. Instead collect your blog posts, bundle them together into a collection of short stories.
I could do the short stories. lolDelete
I hate that these things happen so close to you so often. I hope that everyone was okay.ReplyDelete
I hope so too.Delete
Once sun goes down I turn heat a biteReplyDelete
hen the sun goes down here the crazies come out.Delete
Your daughter got some good pics. Wonder what happened to the guy and if he's okay. Never a dull moment, right?ReplyDelete
I don't know but the police were there for a long time.Delete
Yikes- scary stuff!ReplyDelete
Never a dull moment indeed.ReplyDelete
Not around here.Delete
Wow. Another psycho night of action you just don't need!ReplyDelete
All the time.Delete
Is that the same as the drug dealer unit?ReplyDelete
No, the drug dealer unit I speak of is in my courtyard just 4 doors away from me. This happened across the street from me.Delete
Did you ever find out what happened? There's a lot that doesn't make the news, but I know sometimes I can find local stuff like this on the neighborhood Facebook groups. Or maybe that's just my weird neighbors who like to rat each other out. LOL I hope whoever was taken away by ambulance is okay.ReplyDelete
I hope you and your family are well. Take care!
I'm a part of the Next Door so I do look on there and search the news but things like this happen so often here in Vegas that I hardly ever see any news abut it.Delete
Yikes this sounds so scary for the people involved! It does seem there's never a dull moment where you live.ReplyDelete
Nearly every week there's something.Delete
I don't know anyone else who lives so adjacently to danger 😲.ReplyDelete
I do. Pretty much everyone on my block. lol As long as it doesn't effect me personally, I don't stress about too much.Delete