Lets see my forum member friends, where do I begin? We moved into the neighborhood two weeks before I got laid off (see Got Laid Off ). From that time up until May of this year, my neighbor across the street and I would greet each other from time to time as he was always outside attending to his flower and plants. Lets call this neighbor Charles. However, things aren't always peaches and cream, milk and cookies, etc... April 29th of this year, my inlaws house suffered severe fire damage and had no place to go immediately after this tragic event unfolded. So being the great son in-law that I am, I decided to let them stay over at our house until they found a place to live. I mean, better my house then some shelter. However, not only did my inlaws stay over, but so did my sister and brother in law and three nieces and one nephew. I figured eight (8) people staying for at most a month wouldn't be too bad. Since my inlaws are retired, they were always at the house helping out with everything and even helped with food shopping and some errands. My father inlaw even began speaking to Charles. Apparently, my father inlaw told Charles that they had a fire and that they were staying over here for a while. Now its gonna get hot and heavy. My inlaws quickly found a new house within two weeks only four blocks away and moved out during the third week. On the fourth week (completely moved out), a fire/building inspector showed up on my front door. He asked if my house was a one family home or a two family home and how many people were living here. I told them the whole story about my inlaws and that they moved out, this and that and blah blah blah. As soon as the inspector left I knew exactly what happened. As you can see, Charles is a retired fire chief and he immediately began to suspect that my inlaws were going to live with me for good. Now instead of confronting me about the situation, he used his "firepower" to get me in trouble. His plan backfired on him since the inspector understood the situation and decided that there would be no need for further action. Since this incident happened, I have had the police come to my door for loud noise complaints (I'm quiet), having too many dogs (I have two, lol) and other little incidents all caused by Charles. Why has Charles decided to stab me in the back? Now to add insult to injury, Charles got the town court involved and complained that I have two unregistered cars in my driveway (only one, the E28 that I purchased back in January). I am allowed to have one unregistered car on my property. Funny how on my block we have two other neighbors with unregistered cars but Charles doesn't mind . So I conclude that Charles doesn't like me very much and will do everything under his "firepower" to get me in trouble. I am not one who will knock on his door and ask him whats going on because I just figure that he is a grumpy old man with nothing better to do. Maybe he is so mad that his first plan was foiled and knows that I knew it was him who got the inspector after me. Whatever the case is he is acting very childish and should be put on a rocket ship. Could it be because he thinks I am up to no good with bmw's on my driveway? I hate that stereotype........ For the record, B knows about this guy and he even told me that he is full of fail.