Great to see some ICE here.
I am hoping I can get some help with a situation that is "off the job". I live in South San Francisco city on a private street with about 22 single family homes. My problem is that my next door has waaaaaaaay to many tenants living there. The square footage of our houses is 1980 sq. feet. The houses have 2 1/2 bath and 4 bedrooms. My neighbor has fourteen (14) people living in the house. Six (6) are children.
The neighbor is a flight attendent and he does not reside at the residence. He has a sister who does but she is 5150 and takes meds to balance out her mood swings. She has numerous confrontations with the people moving in to the house. My neighbors and I have called the local PD to see if the sister is ok as the arguments are quite loud and we fear for her safety. The locals tell us that it is a "tenant/landlord" dispute and not much they (the locals) can do to resolve it since the sister who lives there is off her meds when it happens and states that she was not assualted.
I have made contact with the city pest abatement due to the increase of mice in the backyards and they are currently doing an assesment to see if the varmits are nesting in the neighbors' backyard since the landlord cut down a huge pine tree in his backyard and has not removed the branches/limbs/needles from the area. I also have an appointment with the health inspector to verify the condition of living in the house since everytime the door opens, a pungent smell comes out. I am looking at the bylaws of our home owners association for any legal means. Also I believe that the sister has said that the people who moved in have partition the house into smaller rooms and I will be contacting the building inspector as well.
I feel that after paying half a million for my house and working the roughest neighborhood in San Francisco (Hunters Point), I should not have to come home to this aggrevation.
So why am I asking for advice from ICE? The landlord owns an apartment building in San Francisco that has been condemmed. He must find lodging for his tenants while the building is being repaired and brought up to code. Working in San Francisco I know how ICE has a hard time with the Board of Supervisors when dealing with raids. The people who live next door are from Brazil, El Salvador, Mexico and possibly Ireland. Since the landlord has moved so many people to this house I was wondering if there was some type of indication that there maybe illegal imigrants living there. I am unable to run any 10-28s on their vehicles because as Postal Police Officers, we are only law enforcement on the clock, in uniform, and on postal property.
Is there a point of contact for ICE to start an investigation? I am trying to cover all bases with this since I have to think of my childrens safety.
Any ideas, points or resources would be welcomed.