Very late at night September 5 or early September 6, I woke and looked out my bedroom window and saw, just across my property fence, around 8 feet away an orange van. This was in the parking lot of a chiropractic clinic adjacent to my home. I then went back to sleep.
When my wife and I got up, around 8:00 a.m. the van was still parked in the same place. Shortly after 9:00 a.m. I heard some voices across the fence in the vicinity of the van, so I looked over the fence and recognized “Pusher” the man who had pushed me around on August 29. Then I recognized the other person as the driver of the Cadillac identified in my September 4 report (I shall call him “Cad.”)
Pusher and Cad were at that point moving around inside the van. I noted binoculars and two-way radio inside the van. I went back to my trailer, got my camera, got up on the fence and took a number of photographs of them both. When they realized I was there they attempted to cover their faces, then appeared to give up on this, realizing they had been caught.
Parked alongside the van was the Toyota, earlier identified, with license # 1CWP 062. I got down off the fence and photographed the license # of the van, Florida license JND 501.
I requested that the two men leave as I felt my privacy being invaded. They refused. Pusher stated that he had nothing to do with me, didn’t know who I was, was not following me and simply liked sitting in this parking lot on a holiday. Cad said very little during this exchange.
I then called the Costa Mesa police and reported the incident. The person receiving the call took down the information and said that a police officer would be by right away, however no police arrived.
When I made the call, Pusher got in the Toyota and left the chiropractor parking lot. Cad got in the orange van and moved it down about three parking spaces so it would not be right beside my wife’s and my bedroom window.
My wife had written in her log book: “It’s pretty freaky to think that the two guys are in a van not more than 6 feet from our bedroom and bathroom windows spying with binoculars on marital relationships and private functions of life. Pretty sick.”
The rest of the day we were followed closely by the van and the driver Cad. This took in a run in Mariner’s park in Newport Beach, grocery shopping, and going to the car wash.
Later that day the van with both men in it was back in the chiropractor parking lot adjacent to our trailer. A neighbour woman told my wife and me that one of the men had been standing on something looking over our fence at our house.
Twice this day I noted where my followers ran red lights in order to keep up with me. Once was at the corner of Newport Blvd and 18th around 1145 a.m. The other was on 19th St. and Orange around 10:30 a.m.