June 29, 2010
The grass is greener
5:23 p.m. — 4000 block of Crockers Lake Boulevard. Civil Disturbance. After the air conditioning in an apartment unit broke down, the apartment manager moved that tenant into an unoccupied unit, while the a/c was being repaired. After it was fixed, the tenant moved back into his apartment, but called the manager a short time later saying the a/c was still not working, and he wanted to return to the unoccupied unit. The manager inspected the air conditioner and told sheriff’s deputies that it looked like it was intentionally punctured. The air conditioner was fixed again, but the tenant still refused to return to his apartment. That new apartment must have been really nice.
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