I gave my landlord notice in written that I was going to leave the apartment because he would not fix and repair live exposed wires in my closet among other things. I told him that I would be out by april 30, however I could not begin moving until May 3, I was told by the land lord on may 10 or 11 to leave the keys in the mail box or things was going to get real ugly. On may 11 I was moving the rest of my belongings and cleaning the apartment when I was arrested by the police for criminal trespassing
You were arrested? What happened after that? Didn't you tell the police you lived there? I'm surprised they did not tell the landlord it was a Civil matter. There must be more to this story.
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