They have called the water board reporting I was a water waster...False allegation.... the agriculture stating I was killing their grass with chemicals...False allegation case dropped... CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICE which was the MOST DISTURBING ALLEGATION....we (myself, my husband and my oldest son who was 18) were even asked to take a drug test FALSE ALLEGATIONS...Now he's calling Code compliance for Every little thing he sees...for the past 2 and a half years my son who is now 21 has been fighting bone CANCER...he has lost his left leg and has had numerous surgeries which has caused us to travel out of OUR city for treatments and surgeries...he is stage 4 OSTEOSARCOMA. OUR neighbor is a Park Police /Ranger a Lieutenant...Were at his mercy and We are asking for relief from this harassment.
Compile all the evidence you have that supports the fact that your neighbor is making repeated false accusations about you and take that to his/her superior at the SAPD and file a formal/written complaint against this individual. Additionally, reach out to a local personal injury attorney in your area and ask them to draft a cease and desist letter to be sent to your neighbor. Best of Luck
Suggestions: File an internal affairs complaint. Report him to the SAPD if he does things. Talk to a civil litigation lawyer.
Your best option at this point is to make an appointment with a lawyer who handles defamation cases, and explain all the details. S/He will let you know if this is something that you can pursue through litigation, or through some other avenue.
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If at all possible you should move. I do not think your problem can be easily resolved. If not able to move the internal affairs option is your best bet but do not hold your breath.
This sounds like clear harassment. You should report these allegations to his superiors in writing and demand a written response; you should seek an attorney who can file for a restraining order against harassment, and you need to start documenting what he is doing.
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