Annie Peavey Goes Nuts After Aggressive Squirrels Take Up Residence In Her Home | January 15
Haines City: A Tampa Bay area mother says squirrels have moved into the condominium she’s renting near Kokomo and Marion Roads in Haines City. After being tormented for 25 days, Annie Peavey called 8 On Your Side Investigates for help. While she admits it sounds silly, Peavey says the squirrels have destroyed her furniture and peace of mind.
She says no one is taking responsibility to remove these pests. Peavey, who has a 9-year-old son, says she has seen at least two squirrels. As time has gone by, she says the squirrels have become more aggressive.
Cell phone pictures and videos show the squirrels hanging out in the living room on Dec. 20. Peavey says, after days of complaints, the property manager Leif Olander and the HOA finally put up traps. However, the squirrels are not falling for it or stepping into it.
The squirrels got in through a hole on the outside of the property. The property manager claims the HOA closed the hole, trapping the squirrels – so now, the HOA is responsible.
One thing is certain; the resident, Annie Peavey, is going nuts with her uninvited guests.
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