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  • - We're going to this house.

  • There's a disturbance between two males.

  • They're yelling at each other.

  • We're right down the road from it.

  • We're going to go see what's going on

  • and hopefully we can solve the argument.

  • 650, I'm out.

  • What's going on, man?

  • - I want him the hell out of my house.

  • - Where's he at?

  • - Inside.

  • - So what's going on exactly?

  • - Well, that son of a bitch come in here yesterday higher than

  • [bleep] on meth.

  • And then my safe is missing.

  • Of course, I reported it.

  • He was-- yeah, you're the one.

  • And then all this [bleep].

  • He gets in my face today yelling and screaming.

  • Went in the house, he had a ball bat.

  • He said, well you said on the internet you

  • was going to bash my head in.

  • I said, because I'm too damn old to [bleep] fight

  • and I'm too damn young to die, bub.

  • I said, I'm going to do what I've got to.

  • He's an ex-MMA fighter.

  • - What's his name?

  • - Steven--

  • - Steven-- OK.

  • And does he live here with you?

  • - Well, he thinks he does.

  • He never was invited.

  • And he said, oh, I got mail coming here.

  • I said, no, you don't.

  • I've never seen a piece of his mail once.

  • I said, I want you out.

  • I got an 82-year-old mother.

  • - Yeah. Oh, yeah.

  • That's right.

  • You take care of your mom.

  • - I'm taking care of her.

  • - Has he ever lived [bleep] before?

  • - No.

  • - OK.

  • Where is he at, exactly?

  • - In the basement, probably tearing the [bleep] out of it.

  • - OK.

  • Yeah, well, I'm going to wait for another deputy.

  • She's right down the road.

  • We'll go talk to him real quick.

  • OK?

  • - And I'm on "Live PD" again, huh?

  • - Steven.

  • Is he tearing [bleep] up?

  • - Is there dogs down there?

  • - No.

  • - Steven, what's going on today, man?

  • - I came back to get my stuff, like he said.

  • He told me to come back and get my stuff.

  • And then he said he was going to beat me

  • in the head with a baseball bat and kill me.

  • - Can we go outside and talk real quick?

  • - Go ahead.

  • - What'd I tell you?

  • - Come out--

  • - What'd I tell me?

  • - Do you have one on you? - Hey.

  • Hey. Listen.

  • We're not going to argue right now.

  • - Can I get a lighter.

  • - Let's go outside so we can talk.

  • - I was gone when--

  • - All right, Steven.

  • - Listen, look.

  • I was gone when his safe came up missing.

  • He told me about it.

  • So I came over here to talk to him.

  • Well, the girl I was with left.

  • And I went downstairs and went to sleep.

  • So whenever I woke up, all I heard was,

  • I'm going to kill him.

  • I'm going to hit him in the head with this baseball bat.

  • I'm going to kill him.

  • And then whenever [bleep] I come back upstairs, he said,

  • you took my baseball bat.

  • I said, yeah, because all I heard

  • was that you were going to hit me in the head with it

  • and kill me.

  • He's like, you weren't supposed to be here today.

  • I was like, dude, you told me to come over.

  • It's not my fault that I fell asleep downstairs

  • and you didn't know that I didn't leave.

  • I was like, that's not on me.

  • - When was the last time you were allowed in here

  • - He told me yesterday.

  • - OK.

  • - And then I fell asleep downstairs.

  • - What's your last name, man?

  • - Squires.

  • - See how he's acting.

  • - 650, I have one to run.

  • - He cannot keep doing that to people and expect them to treat

  • him with the same kind of respect.

  • - I'm talking to the police, Mom.

  • She don't need to hear this crap.

  • This [bleep].

  • Worried about me.

  • I don't need this [bleep].

  • I don't do dope.

  • Tired of it.

  • - You don't do dope?

  • - Sure don't.

  • - Test me.

  • Test me, why don't you?

  • I'll take any test you want.

  • - I know you want to get out of here.

  • I know she wants to get out of here.

  • - Yeah.

  • And he sat there and said, I ain't getting my stuff back--

  • or you ain't getting your stuff back till I get mine back.

  • - Just hang out right here for me.

  • OK? - All right.

  • Thank you.

  • I appreciate it.

  • - Hey, man.

  • Do you care if they just get their stuff real quick and go?

  • - If they can get it.

  • - OK.

  • Then we'll solve that issue.

  • OK?

  • All right, Steven.

  • Hey, can you just start going-- you can just

  • go grab your stuff real quick.

  • I don't need it.

  • Just go ahead and grab your stuff real quick

  • and get out of here, OK?

  • - All right.

  • - I'll stand here.

  • I ain't got nothing to do with it.

  • - So at this point, when they get their stuff,

  • just tell them, you're not allowed back here.

  • - All right.

  • - That prevents them from-- if you tell them and trespass them

  • from your property, then they're not allowed back on it.

  • - OK.

  • I just ain't got the money to do all that crap.

  • You know?

  • Get him and evict him, and wait 30--

  • you know, I can't wait 30 days.

  • - No, yeah, I understand.

  • - This is [bleep].

  • I'm afraid I'm going to die at night.

  • You know?

  • And if he hurts my mom, I'll be going to prison tomorrow.

  • Because he'll be dead.

  • Sorry.

  • That's my mother.

  • - There's nothing physical that happened.

  • No weapons were used.

  • They ended up kind of completely moving out.

  • And then he is giving them a ride out of here

  • because he feels bad.

  • No one's getting arrested today, luckily.

  • And we're going to get them out and get them going.

- We're going to this house.

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    吳政宏 posted on 2020/05/28
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