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Dad Catches Creepy Neighbor In His Attic Spying On His Family

There's a huge difference between thinking someone is spying on you and actually finding out they are, and the difference is mostly in how much sleep you get and how safe you feel in your own home.

When Jerome and Ashley Kennedy began hearing strange noises in their attic late at night they thought they might have rats, but then Jerome saw a light shining through a pipe above his head and knew something wasn't right.

So he installed a camera in his attic and found to his horror that his neighbor, 69-year-old Robert Havrilla, had been creeping around in their attic:

According to reports, Robert was renovating his own space next door to the Kennedy home, and he’d installed a removable wall to gain access to their attic.

But that wasn’t all: Jerome discovered that Robert had apparently drilled multiple holes in a common wall in order to spy on the family.

The neighbor was arrested and has pled not guilty to charges of trespassing and stalking. The Kennedys hope that he will be charged for his alleged crimes so that they can sleep soundly at night.

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-Via Little Things

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I once lived in a duplex and discovered the attic was completely shared, and either tenant could access the other home from there. We told the neighbors about it, and made a pact to not use it that way (none of us had enough stuff to need the storage space anyway) and to warn future tenants about it.
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