Greenfield police warned neighboring residents in a fight about "no trespassing" signs May 18.
According to the Greenfield police report:
A resident in the 4000 block of West Granada Street called police to report his neighbor was harassing him at 9:05 a.m. May 18.
The caller said his neighbor approached him and told him he needs to talk to him or he is going to take him to court.
Police spoke to the neighbor, who said he was upset over the "no trespassing" signs in the caller's yard, saying he is unable to sell his house because of them and wants them taken down.
The neighbor was advised that police had already addressed the issue with the caller, but he is unwilling to take them down.
After leaving the residence police received another call from the resident, who asked the officers to return to see the sign his neighbor just put up in his yard.
The neighbor apparently put a "no trespassing" sign up in his yard as well, and above "no trespassing" he wrote "Drunk Thief Deadbeat Dog Beater."
Police warned both residents about their behavior.
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