Crime Briefs Po­lice re­spond to fight be­tween neigh­bors

The Covington News - - Front page -

By Am­ber Pittman

Ac­cord­ing to re­ports the first man told deputies this was not the first time the neigh­bor had threat­ened his fam­ily or other peo­ple in the neigh­bor­hood. He said the prob­lems be­gan when the neigh­bor started let­ting his dogs loose to run around the area.

The neigh­bor de­fended him­self, say­ing that the com­plainant and his fam­ily con­stantly “flips him the bird” when they are leav­ing the area and make “moo­ing noises” at him.

Deputies at­tempted to dif­fuse the sit­u­a­tion and went to speak with the neigh­bor who had threat­ened to kill the com­plainant’s fa­ther. Af­ter sev­eral at­tempts to con­tact him at his home, he fi­nally came to the garage door with no clothes on. Deputies re­quested he get dressed and come and speak with them which he re­port­edly did. When asked if he had par­tic­i­pated in any un­usual or ar­gu­men­ta­tive con­ver­sa­tions that evening with any­one he re­port­edly de­nied hav­ing done so.

He also al­legedly told deputies that the neigh­bors were voyeurs and con­stantly peeped into his win­dows and that he would be call­ing his lawyers to re­port the NCSO for ha­rass­ing him.

The com­plainant was ad­vised of the war­rant process but no ar­rests were made on that date.

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