Upon contracting the Truly Nolan Co. at a cost of over $3,000/year, I informed the residents (in writing) that if they failed to keep their units clean, as contractually obligated to by their leases, then any violating household would be charged back for all extermination work that was determined to be ineffective as a result of their lack of cooperation and violation of their leases.
The letter below, was delivered to the residents on October 17, 2010.
Below is a copy of a lease paragraph, requiring all residents to keep their units clean.
Every resident has a similar paragraph in their lease.
Around this same time, through information obtained from outside sources, we were informed that this resident's boyfriend and co-lessee, was seriously involved in illegal drug activity and was known to be carrying a loaded handgun. After he violently assaulted this resident, (and at this resident's request) I determined that he should be removed from her lease and banned from the property in an attempt to ensure this resident's safety, as well as the safety of the rest of the residents in the building.
Shortly thereafter, on or about November 25, 2010, I was reprimanded by the Ogden Housing Authority's manager, for removing this person from the lease of the tenant in #3 without obtaining their approval first.
In defense, I informed the OHA that the reason I wanted him removed from the lease and banned him from the building, was because my manger had been informed that this person was not only involved in illegal drug activity, but was also carrying a loaded handgun (on the property) and had become increasingly unstable in recent weeks.
Nevertheless, the OHA forbid me from making this change, despite this tenant's history of increasingly violent behavior.
On the morning of November 29, 2010, this resident's boyfriend, woke up on the wrong side of the bed and decided that it would be a good morning to assault his girlfriend once again. This time, throwing her through a glass French door in the unit (without opening it first) Photos at left.
After the police were called to the building for this most recent of domestic assaults against his girlfriend, he went on the run to evade arrest for more than a month, finally being arrested and charged for the crime on December 30, when we notified police that we were informed that he had been staying at a local Day's Inn motel.
Upon his release from jail, we were told by our other residents that the tenant in #3 had been sneaking her boyfriend onto the property, late at night and allowing him to continue living in the household, in direct defiance of the notice she received informing her that he was banned from the property.
We had to call the police again on January 25, after this resident's boyfriend had attempted to kick in her back door, to gain entry to the unit. Reportedly, to beat up his girlfriend, yet again.
Throughout this period, the Ogden Housing Authority was trying to determine if there was enough cause to either,
remove him from this resident's lease, or if I should evict them both.
On February 21, 2011 - during the course of the regular monthly pest control services at the building, THIS was the condition of the kitchen in unit #3. DISGUSTING!
IF there is any doubt that this resident's deplorable housekeeping is a contributing factor to the infestation of the building, there is absolutely NO doubt that she was habitually violating the terms of her lease and the tenant notice that she had agreed to. (above)
After her eviction, we discovered that the reason the ceiling tiles
were broken is because that's where her boyfriend was hiding the drugs
he was dealing from the apartment.
I served this tenant with a 30-Day Notice to Vacate her unit on Feb. 1, 2011...
As of Feb. 1, I was STILL waiting for approval from the OHA to evict her.
As of March 4, the resident's boyfriend was in jail and she has failed to vacate her unit.
she will be served with an unlawful detainer on Monday, March 7