Jeremy Stamper breaches his recognizance, again.
To this point there have been at least thirteen complaints to police (at least 7 from our landlord and his crew) resulting in 12 responses, and charges being laid in two cases (against Jeremy Stamper).
The tally is at 18 hours 45 minutes of hearing time at the LTB, in 14 hearings, two by telephone, eleven in person (counting the Case Management Hearing and mediation session of May 19, 2017 as hearings). It has also used up 9 hours and 51 minutes of a mediator’s time.
On the criminal side, it has used up whatever time the pre-enquete hearing used when process was issued on Pollington’s private complaint (call it one hearing, 45 minutes) and one short appearance (5 minutes) for a total of 50 minutes of a judge’s time.
There have been at least eleven complaints to police (at least 6 from our landlord and his crew) resulting in 10 responses, and charges being laid in one case.
Municipal Law Enforcement had also expended approximately 5 man-days (including two man days expended sitting in an LTB waiting room, waiting to be called as witnesses).
My bedroom ceiling collapses. The harassment continues.
Pollington acts more and more like a lunatic. The Stampers join in on the bullying and harassment. Our landlord hires a new paralegal. Hamilton police ignore crimes recorded on video, and become more and more agressive and less able to accurately and completely record events.
Pollington continues his harassment, and gets help from the Stampers. Jeremy Stamper is arrested and charged with assault with a weapon.
Agostino serves us with a Notice of Entry that ignores the Interim Order. John enters and violates the consent order repeatedly until he is told to leave. He refuses, police are called, and John leaves. The repairs continue without John present, although he stays outside the unit and continues being antagonistic.
Pollington continues his bad behavior, and Jeremy Stamper and friends are loud and obnoxious around the building. A complaint to the landlord goes nowhere. We tell Agostino that if he brings Richard to our door to collect rent, we won’t even open the door.
So far, this disagreement with our landlord has resulted in five responses by HPS to a complaint (two by the tenants, two by our landlord and his agents, and one by a family member of our landlord’s agent Richard Pollington). I’ll keep a running tally.
The Stampers’ test their car horn, about a dozen times a night. Apparently they like to know it is in working order at random intervals.