Mia has been having stomach problems for several months and was diagnosed with some kind of hernia related to her digestive system. After several test is has been discovered that a good portion of her stomach is residing in her esophagus and she is likely to need corrective surgery. This is not a fun condition for her and this morning she was have some difficulty and we almost called the consulting nurse but she managed to get it to calm down. I don't think I want to go back up to the trailer with her having this much of an issue.
On 05/10/2016 while enjoying a quiet afternoon with my wife binge watching Hell On Wheels, my smart phone announced the fact that I had used 50% of my available data. I looked at it but didn’t do anything right then. Later, at approximately 7:00 o’clock p.m., I noticed that I had used another gigabit of data. I checked our phones and didn’t see anything out of the ordinary. I checked my Verizon account and discovered that my Verizon Jet Pac located in Gold Bar was active. Since both my wife and I were home, I began to suspect there might be an issue since no one we would normally allow to be at our trailer should have been there.
I called Verizon and explained my dilemma and asked them to discontinue service to the Jet Pac until I could find out what was going on. When I got off the phone with Verizon I called GBNT Security (7:33 p.m.) and requested that they check the trailer as I suspected there may be a problem.
At 7:40 p.m. the security person, Irene called me back and said that there was an individual in the trailer named ****. She wanted to know if I knew someone named ********. The name didn’t register at first so I said no and told her to call the sheriff because they did not have authorization to be there. Shortly after 8:00 p.m. my wife and I left Federal Way and drove up to GBNT. During that time we had two phone conversations with officer Jon Barnett of the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office. During those conversations we learned of another adult also residing in our trailer.
We arrived at the lot in GBNT shortly after 9:00 p.m. to find two GBNT security personnel and two Snohomish County Sheriff’s. As Officer Barnett explained it our visitor had gained access to the park sometime Sunday morning. He forced entry into the trailer and had been residing there every since. He apparently met up with the second individual that day (05/10) and offered him a place to stay. Since our first resident had a key he apparently felt it must be okay. Officer Barnett indicated they really had no reason to legally detain him. We later learned that he too was arrested on an outstanding warrant from King County. He asked if I wished to press charges against Mr. ****** and I indicated that we did.
Upon looking at the trailer we found the front sliding door and frame bent and scratched due to forced entry. Inside of the trailer was a complete shambles. All of the drawers and closets emptied and clothes tossed everywhere. A good percentage of our on hand food supplies had be eaten and some remained in pots and pans on the stove and all over the kitchen counters. Pictures were removed from the walls and some appear to have been destroyed.
|The kitchen was littered with dirty dishes, pots, pans|
|Our clothes and possessions tossed all over|
|What a mess|
|The bed...we tossed the pillows|
|Floor next to the bed|
My Apple Mac Pro laptop was accessed by removing and deleting all of my information and replacing it with Mr ******** information and password. He used my laptop to access the Verizon Jet Pac that triggered my response. After Officer Barnett talked to Mr. ******** we learned he had deleted me from my computer so he could access it.
After talking to Apple on Wednesday there is serious doubt as to if I'll be able to regain control of the laptop. It seems this gentleman is a pretty smart cookie and he somehow overrode me and managed to obtain access to the admin password. Once he deleted my information he entered his and changed a password on the firmware side of the computer that makes it impossible for me to regain access to or change the operating system. My plan was to wipe it clean and start over fresh but without that password I can't. Apple says they can access it but they must have proof of purchase and id. We purchased the laptop from Mia's ex-boss while she was still working for them. They had decided to change their office over to Mac from PC and we went in on the deal because Apple was giving them a good deal. They are trying to locate the original paperwork to help me get Apple to fix the laptop.
Yesterday, as Mia and I were leaving to do some shopping we noticed water on the floor next to the outside wall of the garage. We called our HOA representative and we are currently having a big dig in front of our condo. I'll update you once we find out what has happened.
Isn't life fun?
Hope all is well and thanks for stopping by.