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I'm hoping some one here might have experience or knowledge of the way to ban someone from your property.
My wifes Grandson is a dirtbag.
He had been staying with us, but that was getting difficult for her and I. Currently he is jailed on a FTA charge.
When he is released, he expects to come back here. That ain't happening.
How can we ban him from the property?
I know about Order of Protection but I worry that might be difficult to obtain?
Is there any other way to keep him away?

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Got a shotgun?

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Got a shotgun?

Several. My coach gun is probably the most intimating but my Rock Island M5 is no slouch either.

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No trespassing signs and a registered letter to him letting him know if he steps foot past the signs the Popo will be called?


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Originally Posted by Elkhunter49
FTA ?

Failure to appear.


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Originally Posted by Uncle_Alvah
I'm hoping some one here might have experience or knowledge of the way to ban someone from your property.
My wifes Grandson is a dirtbag.
He had been staying with us, but that was getting difficult for her and I. Currently he is jailed on a FTA charge.
When he is released, he expects to come back here. That ain't happening.
How can we ban him from the property?
I know about Order of Protection but I worry that might be difficult to obtain?
Is there any other way to keep him away?
Tell him he's not allowed on the property. When it disregards you, call the police and identify him as a trespasser.


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Originally Posted by Elkhunter49
FTA ?
Failure To Appear.


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No trespassing signs and a registered letter to him letting him know if he steps foot past the signs the Popo will be called?


That's what I would do. Or get someone to serve him. In jail would be the best.


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Talk with local LEO or County attorney regarding a trespass order. We are going thru this with our church security planning. In KY, until they have been warned once, they can not be arrested for trespass. If they show up after they have been warned, they can be immediately arrested. Since you know where he is at the moment, should not be difficult to have him served.


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#1 - make it known to local LEO he is not welcome
#2 - when and if he shows up, file charges
#3 - obtain a restraining order
#4 - lastly and most importantly, refer to "gregintenn" instructions

A restraining order is a useless piece of paper, but is required by law.

re gregintenn: it does not have to be a shotgun, but those are most effective in stressful situations! 😉

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"Failure To Appear"- - - - -skipped a court date. Get a couple of linebacker type friends to help you give him a private attitude adjustment, with a warning that it will be repeated every time he comes anywhere near you. Nothing like a little "Come to Jesus" session to get his attention, much better than a legal document he's probably going to ignore anyway.


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Originally Posted by Valsdad
No trespassing signs and a registered letter to him letting him know if he steps foot past the signs the Popo will be called?


This should be step 1.^

Step 2 should be check with local PD to see if they also require a letter to be sent to the PD, authorizing them to remove trespassers from your property. Some PD's will not remove individuals from private property if they do not have that letter on file. Why? I have no idea.

Step 3. FAFO.

Also, this advice is what I would give someone in my locality. It does not apply to anyone outside of my locality. I would advise you seek professional legal assistance, I am not a lawyer and do not take responsibility for anyone's actions based on what I have stated here.

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First,

Stop asking for legal advice from random strangers on the internet.

If you do something based on such advice, you may be the one ending up in front of a judge facing criminal charges of your own, and what is your defense going to be? "Some guys on the internet said grab a shotgun" or do ABC? How much of that do you think will fly in the eyes of the legal system?

Every state has its own laws, and within counties and jurisdictions you may have different procedures.

Call the county or city in which you reside and ask to speak with a police officer or civilian service officer, explain your situation and go from there. If you don't get resolution, go to the county and ask to speak in person with a victim witness coordinator ,etc.

Are you physically afraid of your grandson as he is much younger and stronger, and you have concerns for your safety and your wife's safety? Are you physically being intimidated by this person? Has he taken money and not paid it back? Has he stolen items? Exploitation of the elderly is frowned upon very heavily by the courts.

Don't pull the tough guy typical campfire BS.



You will get further going in a different direction. But don't take legal advice from strangers. Go get actual advice and services from agencies in the jurisdiction where you live. The courts generally tend to protect the elderly and have numerous agencies and advocates within agencies that deal directly with this sort of thing.

Use them to your advantage.


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Follow Mackay Sagebrush advice. I would have a means of protection at all times near me.

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1st .... is he a minor that has been a 'Resident' with you?

If YES, it's likely a lot different than if he is an adult staying temporarily....

Ask for a restraining order...............

It doesn't stop anyone, but it does take 'Trespass' to a new level.............

Helps alleviate any ambiguity....

Ask an attorney....

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Originally Posted by Elkhunter49
FTA ?

Failure to Appear

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Dirtbags dont understand pain, and do not know what no means. The fact that he has been staying there could be a big problem. Good luck to yall and I hope it works out. I have been through it with my brother, but it is worth it in the end.

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