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D M properties4150 broadway long beach, California USA
D M properties Tom Chatman enter apartments when tenets are in hospital to steel valuables and belongings long beach California
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linda went into the hospital and was in for two months management knew it and wasted no time to put a 3day pay or quit on her door .they also entered her apartment shampood the carpet and left the door opean all day . now linda is missing a citzen echo drive watch worth $190.00 and face cream $50.00 and a blow dryer.and some silver forigen coins worth $200.00.
management does not want to do aneything about it and his staff was seen going into her apartment when she was in the hospital.this hase not onley happend with linda but with other tanats when management kwows when there gone. the apartment building is infested with bed bugs and when i moved in here i aasked if they had problems with bed bugs they said no .the first night i stayed in my apartment that knite the bugs came out.the big thing is how the manage sets up for steeling tenats belongings. The management are thiefs.
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