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    My neighbors have been delivered papers a few times now, just curious what kind of papers those could be?

    Warrants?

    I'm hoping eviction, but I would guess the landlord would deliver those.

  • #2
    I'm going to go ahead and assume they are probably delivering fruit snacks and girl scout cookies.

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    • #3
      Those are notices that their neighbors are nosey.

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      • #4
        Could be anything from an OFP to a foreclosure.
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        The views expressed in the above post are the sole opinion of the author and do not reflect any official position by the author's employer and/or municipality.

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        • #5
          @Cobra, thanks for the intel, next time I should go over and ask if I can get some for my kids. GS cookies are going up to $4.00 next year, I am always looking for ways to save a few bucks. 3 kids can get expensive.

          @Ghost, yes, you can bet you bum, when my hoodlum neighbors threaten the safety of my children, I am going to be your worst nightmare. And if that means getting in your business to get rid of you then maybe you should change your ways. I own, they rent, they can leave faster than me.

          @SCSU10,thank you. That helps.The OFP would make sense since there are a lot of DV over there. I am holding out hope for foreclosure.

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          • #6
            Newspaper maybe?

            Sorry.....

            Is it the police or sheriff's deputies? Deputies typically serve civil papers. Police rarely do, at least for us anyway.

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            • #7
              Thats what I always thought as well. I am from Mpls. and I've never heard of police serving papers, HCSO, I assumed served.

              I am in a northern suburb now. It is the police (black & white), not sheriff (brown).

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              • #8
                Originally posted by MN_Civilian View Post
                @Cobra, thanks for the intel, next time I should go over and ask if I can get some for my kids. GS cookies are going up to $4.00 next year, I am always looking for ways to save a few bucks. 3 kids can get expensive.
                If they are selling them at a discount, I'll take six boxes of Tagalongs. I'll pay you back later, don't worry...I'm good for it.

                Were they armed? Some cities use CSO's to distribute materials to city council members.

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                • #9
                  I'm the troop leader, but not the cookie mom, but I will run it by her and get back to you on that City council members Thats funny. I think out of all of them the oldest is probably 23? Some of them might have legal jobs, hard to tell.It is a known address to the PD. I talked to a Sgt. a few weeks ago and at that point there were 30 calls for service in the last 18 months. I made probably 5 of those calls, 2 or 3 DV and a couple noise. I called that night for noise at 1:30 am, and the responding officers called for fire. And someone called yesterday but I dont know why. So we are up to 33 or so.

                  ETA: not sure if they were armed.They were driving PD black and whites tho.
                  Last edited by MN_Civilian; 07-03-2012, 03:13 PM.

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