fyi – 810.10 (1, 2) Posted land, after reading this section,

in the Florida Criminal Procedure & Corrections , Ms. Peter & Ms. Hill; what part of this law do you not understand.

I know that this is where the remain were found.  It is also private property.  If Caylee was found in the backyard of my home, do you think that YOU have the right to trespass, and place crosses and othe memorials.  It is obvious the Mr. Thomas Hendricks does not want this on his land.   

The fact that Thomas Hendricks, might be the only thing some one
in this county/state/contry agrees with the Anthony’s on this topic…
no more memorial please.

the Law- http://bit.ly/rRxdW

810.10 Posted land; removing notices unlawful; penalty.–

(1) It is unlawful for any person to willfully remove, destroy, mutilate, or commit
any act designed to remove, mutilate, or reduce the legibility or effectiveness
of any posted notice placed by the owner, tenant, lessee, or occupant of legally
enclosed or legally posted land pursuant to any law of this state for the purpose
of legally enclosing the same.

(2) Any person violating the provisions of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor
of the second degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082 or s. 775.083.

Posted, NO TRESPASSING signs were posted to stop people from
encroaching on private property.

notresspasssignsuburban

“If you have no business in the area, please stay away,” Capt. Angelo Nieves of the Sheriff’s Office said.

The sheriff’s office is quoted as saying, “parked along Suburban Drive near these woods
would be towed or ticketed and Deputies also threatened to arrest anyone who goes
past the posted trespassing signs.”

 

I had suggested to some blog readers to collectively purchase this site.  I would not be one to do so, but here is the “for sale” sign.  …you can’t say I didn’t help you justice for calyee folks out.

Reserved

RED HUBER, ORLANDO SENTINEL, / March 20, 2009

 

 

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. johninflorida
    Jun 09, 2009 @ 07:36:17

    Living in Florida, you should know this. There is a right-of way in front of most property and it varies in distance. Mine is 22 feet and it is public land owned by the city or county depending where you live. I have stood at Suburban Drive site and also looked at it on the county GIS map. It appears to be about 20 feet of public land. (The two fences, chain link and wood appear to be on the private property line) This is where the county would place the sidewalks if it were developed. If you are on that right-of way which is where the crosses were it is not trespassing. Just thought you might want to know.

    • Finn Perkins
      Jun 09, 2009 @ 07:31:38

      I am not disputing the trespassing. I am noting that the sign was there. The fact that everyone wants to memorialize this child…. there are many more that need to be found. Would there energy be better used. I am just going on a hunch here, but Ms. Peter’s does not see eye to wth the Anthony’s even before this. and well before with was Cindy helping her, it wasn’t until Ms. Peter’s took Padilla’s side that things went scewy.

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