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Homeless who poop in woman's yard, pee on her fence have upped the ante — with a box of live bees: 'It's just horrible'
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Homeless who poop in woman's yard, pee on her fence have upped the ante — with a box of live bees: 'It's just horrible'

A Denver homeowner said that homeless people who gather at a bus stop shelter adjacent to her property have been causing her a lot problems.

Image source: YouTube screenshot

What are the details?

A bulk of the issues have to do with the homeless people using the bus stop shelter as a living space.

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“People sleep on top of it. They jump, they climb up on it,” Gwendolyn Kasnoff told KDVR-TV reported. “They urinated on my fence, they defecate in my yard. This isn’t how people are supposed to live in Denver.”

A year into owning her home, Kasnoff told KDVR she "started to hear the fighting and hear the drug talk and hear, you know, just so many things that were very disturbing."

She's captured some of it on video, such as music blaring from the bus stop before 8 a.m. and also late at night, the station said.

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Then came the box of bees.

Kasnoff told KDVR she captured a photo of a box of live bees thrown at her from the bus stop while she was in her yard.

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“The queen was still in there, and when the bees hit the ground, they just went everywhere,” she noted to the station. “It’s just horrible. It really is. And I’m concerned for my own safety now.”

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What are authorities saying?

The Regional Transportation District answered KDVR's Problem Solvers regarding the bus stop issue:

RTD is aware of the complaints and has dispatched transit police and security personnel to the bus stop numerous times, as requested by the adjacent homeowner.

RTD has also been working with the city and county of Denver to try and address the problems.

Due to jurisdictional allowances, it is also important to note that RTD Transit Police is not able to process arrests or cite individuals for criminal behavior at this location.

RTD has requested support and assistance from the Denver Police Department.

Denver Police Department also shared the following statement:

Denver Police officers have been in contact with her about her concerns.

The Denver Police Department is working in collaboration with RTD and homeless outreach resources to address her concerns.

Kasnoff told the station the bus stop needs to be shut down: “It’s a haven. It’s a clubhouse. I really want to make this a safe space, not just for myself, but for the kids that live next door and the kids that live across the street.”

Homeowner trying to get 'nightmare' RTD bus stop removedyoutu.be

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Dave Urbanski

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