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Old 07-11-2016, 06:41 PM   #31
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While my posts were actually only meant in jest... It totally unhinges me when some joker pulls stuff like this... and what I've actually done... I'll keep to myself...
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Old 07-11-2016, 07:32 PM   #32
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While my posts were actually only meant in jest... It totally unhinges me when some joker pulls stuff like this... and what I've actually done... I'll keep to myself...
I would say "Schrederman" pretty much explains it without saying more!!! Lol

And yes, it is some crap regarding the storage. I agree with moving the rig near the office!!!
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Old 07-13-2016, 02:33 PM   #33
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I used to live in an apartment complex where people would park in my spot all the time. After a while I didn't even bother with management. They would try and track down the owner of the vehicle or something like that. I started to keep a copy of my lease in my glove box. That was all I needed to show the tow truck driver to have the offending car towed. Assuming the OP has a lease and the space is clearly marked then having it towed would be no big deal.

That being said, I was confronted by someone that I had towed one time. He was pissed because he had to pay (he said) $500 to get the car back from the tow truck company and expected me to pay some of it. That story ends with him attempting to assault me and then going to jail. Later I had to get a restraining order. While you would be in the right, the person who you had towed would know where your trailer would normally be parked. You might be on the receiving end of some honey or worse. If you like your spot and you have a temp spot for now then I say let the owner work it out.
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Old 07-13-2016, 07:56 PM   #34
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That being said, I was confronted by someone that I had towed one time. He was pissed because he had to pay (he said) $500 to get the car back from the tow truck company and expected me to pay some of it. That story ends with him attempting to assault me and then going to jail. Later I had to get a restraining order. While you would be in the right, the person who you had towed would know where your trailer would normally be parked. You might be on the receiving end of some honey or worse. If you like your spot and you have a temp spot for now then I say let the owner work it out.
Your experience has been my concern. I haven't wanted to do anything myself due to concerns about the other party getting angry and doing something to my trailer once his is moved. The owner of the property was having it towed today. I think he is just tired with my daily call, and realizing I'm taking up his temp spot that he can't sell right now. There is still no info who's trailer this is.
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Old 07-13-2016, 08:17 PM   #35
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Your experience has been my concern. I haven't wanted to do anything myself due to concerns about the other party getting angry and doing something to my trailer once his is moved. The owner of the property was having it towed today. I think he is just tired with my daily call, and realizing I'm taking up his temp spot that he can't sell right now. There is still no info who's trailer this is.
Why can't the police be called and run the licence plate. One phone call to the owner and its all over.
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Fortunately, I have a good working relationship with the lot owner where we store our trailer in the off-season. The deal I have with them is I'm renting "space", not "a space." When I show up in the fall, I ask them where they want me to park the trailer and they tell me where, and I ask them if they have to move it during the winter, and they always say no. After that, I don't care, they can park whatever they want around it or in front of it, it doesn't bother me. But what I do is in the spring, when I'm ready to get it out, I give them a week's notice, just in case they have parked someone's trailer in front of ours, to give them time to move it. Like I said, they're great people there and I've never had a problem.

However, if I were in the same position as the OP, where someone had parked in my designated spot, I would have told the manager that I'm giving them a set time frame to solve the problem, or I'm taking my business elsewhere. Let my money do the talking. If it's taken care of in that time period, all is forgiven. If not, it's their loss, and both me and my monthly fees will walk away.
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Why can't the police be called and run the licence plate. One phone call to the owner and its all over.
Because that's an abuse of the system...we are prohibited from doing so arbitrarily. The FBI would put us Law Enforcement Officers' (LEO's) in jail for not using the system properly. The key is...we have to have Probable Cause to make an arrest or Reasonable Suspicion to further the investigation. It's not always cut and dry like many think. The more the documentation the more we can do!

And we can't legally release that information to the general public without repercussions.
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Why can't the police be called and run the licence plate. One phone call to the owner and its all over.
Don't know too much about Mission Viejo area, although a daughter lives nearby in Ladera Ranch. But that same daughter previously lived on the border of Scottsdale and Phoenix. My car was broken into and Phoenix PD wouldn't respond, too busy. Just took a phone report for the insurance company.

This incident, being on private property, it wouldn't surprise me if the police there would not be inclined to respond.

If towed today, it's a done deal anyway.
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If the guy's smart enough to have an RV, he's smart enough to know he's infringing on your spot. I'm glad it's being towed... maybe he'll learn something... probably not...
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