Troublesome neighbors

I found out today from my next door neighbor, that last night the police were in our estate.

Apparently, a bunch of detectives came, and apparently, the house across the road, was where all the trouble was.

I wasn’t home, so I missed it all, but I am glad I wasn’t there.

The police were trying to see if they could get my neighbors and my CCTV to look at it.

I’m not giving over my CCTV to them. I don’t want the family who caused the trouble to think I’m helping the police, because what if they decide to target me?

I don’t know what happened, but it was something big, because my neighbor said the police were there all night, along with an ambulance.

Everything is quiet this afternoon though, but this morning, the police were still in the area.

It is rare that there is trouble in our neighborhood, but this particular family are notorious for causing trouble.

I tend to keep to myself, only speaking to my next door neighbor, and she knows a lot of the other neighbors, so she always fills me in on any goings on in our estate.

Hopefully, last night was a one off, and there won’t be any further trouble tonight.

I’m keeping my door locked, and my house alarm on just in case.

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Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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