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As far as I am concerned she is harassing us as we have done nothing wrong, and to have continued visits to our home by the police is not very nice when we are totally inocent of any wrong doing.
We do not have any contact as stated in my previous reply.
No formal warning has been made, although the police are due to return to interview me later today.
The police stated to my wife that our neighbour believes that I am the person most likely to be responsible for the damage to her car.
On previous occasions when she has called the police she has stated that our dog has been let loose in a public area.
Our neighbour is saying that harassment is taking place due to the issues with her car, and that she believes we are responsible....which we most definitely are not.
However I believe that she is causing US harassment due to her continual unwarranted complaints to the police about us.
What can we do?
Also referring back to my initial posting what is the law regarding the following:
The policeman who visited us claimed that we could be forced to move from our property which we own, if harassment is taking place. This has caused my wife and daughter, who was present at the interview, an inordinate amount of distress. --------IS THIS CORRECT ? AND DO THE POLICE HAVE THE RIGHT TO SAY THIS?
Please refer to my previous reply as I have answered the questions you have just asked.
Right. thank you.
Please could you clarify what the law is regarding to the following :
Ok, thank you.
Referring back to an earlier question I asked what is your advice on the following:
She has made three reports and we have had three visits from the police regarding the dog issue, and we have had two visits from the police regarding the alleged damage to her car, plus one visit by three policewoman/men last week while we were away in France, that I have recorded on CCTV.
Just a couple of other questions related to this..
The police stated to my wife that they have a fingerprint regarding one of the issues with the neighbour's car.
When I am interviewed by the police, what should be my stance on this?
I know it cannot be mine as I have never been near her car, but I do not feel that it should be necessary to volunteer to have my fingerprints taken to prove this. Can they force me to do this?
Can they arrest me or do they ask me to go to the police station voluntarily? I certainly do not feel that I want to go voluntarily as I regard this as an intrusion and why should I have to do this.
I would appreciate your advice on the above.
Do you think they have sufficient evidence to arrest me? I do not think they do as there is NO evidence linking me to the damage to her car.
If they do arrest me, what comeback do I have? Can I sue for wrongful arrest, especially as there is no evidence, just our neighbour accusing me?
Ok. If she states that she saw me, which would be impossible as I have not been near her car, and I am subsequently exonerated due to the fingerprint not being mine, what comeback do I have? - :
a) against her,
and b) against the police.
Thank you for your help.