Actually, it's not legally. You can confront a person and ask if they not go through your yard but a cop can't arrest somebody (unless barred by homeowners) for walking through your yard. If the person was in the yard looking around or acting suspicious, then that is a different story. But it sounds like he wasn't and left. Yes, it is scary to think someone is that close to your house at night but it's not illegal unless the person demonstrates that they are there to perform an illegal act.But it's trespassing!
Sorry about your absent "friend". I know this sounds harsh, but if this is a constant occurrence, I would just send her an invite, then when she does not show up at the designated time.. I would just forget about her.. Nothing more.. no waiting..I ended the virtual group event at 9pm last night and texted the MIA friend to let her know so she didn't try to log in. As of right now, there's no response from her but I'm not expecting one anyways. I know what she was doing. It's the same nearly every single Friday - she goes on a rant about work issues or some heated discussion on a hot topic with her BF and it doesn't end until hours later She knows there's a weekly virtual group event every Friday evening and always says she'll be there blah blah blah and yet she gets into lengthy discussions with the BF at the same time
That's great!I joined a Facebook group called "Zillow gone wild" (about crazy houses listed on Zillow) and one of them was a perfectly normal house except someone had photoshopped Bernie on the porch. I had to look through the pictures 3 times before I saw him! I was like "why is this small normal house on Zillow gone wild?"
Idk. Look at it from the other side. If you were out walking and really really needed to sit down, but didn't feel safe sitting on the curb because people drive badly, so you wandered around to someone's backyard and just sat for a bit, well, you'd probably feel bad that you scared them but you might be a bit confused about why they're trying to get you arrested .Night time is falling and this is a horrible situation I'm in. Getting no help from anyone around here. This person may be very very dangerous.
I was able to just now post a video on Facebook. Maybe that particular video has a copyright? The one I shared was a Jackson Galaxy. No warning or anything. But I know my cousin, who's an artist has a copyright that states no one can share his music anywhere.I guess I can't post a song of the day on Facebook anymore. Bummer. I really enjoyed doing that. I went to post a YouTube music video like I have been doing for over a year now, and got a warning that said that is against the rules now, it's considered spam. I guess Facebook only wants pictures. I'm not a picture person, so probably won't spend much time on there anymore.