I was loading my mother in law's power chair onto the back of my vehicle.Another tenant in her apartment called 911 and stated I stole his power chair. The security guard at the complex took video of himself talking to us while he secretly shot video. There were 3 family members outside including my mother in law the owner of the power chair. Police showed up at my house at 11:30 pm spoke with my neighbors. I was not home.When I spoke to the officer he said the security guard has video of you stealing @#$ power chair. Do I have any recourse? This happened yesterday and a detective has not contacted me or my mother in law yet.I'm sure the man found his missing power chair.I left a message for the police officer to call me that I initially spoke with. No call back yet.
This may work out when you finally speak to the cops. But as for video taping, if you're outside in public view the security guard, another tenant, a passerby or INS from a satellite can video you. Recording a conversation is another issue and that, in Florida, requires the permission of the other party........felony to do so without permission. Good luck.
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