Woman Blames Neighbor For 150 Pounds Of Mail


JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Sept. 12 (UPI) — A Florida woman says she believes her neighbor is behind a harassment campaign that has resulted in 150 pounds of unsolicited mail arriving at her home.

Dana Kraus of Jacksonville said the unwanted items, which have been arriving since January, include about 70 magazine subscriptions. She said the falsified subscriptions left her on the hook for about $1,000, First Coast News, Jacksonville, reported Monday.

Kraus said she believes her neighbor, Randall Green, is behind the campaign. Kraus obtained an injunction against Green after authorities discovered he had ordered materials from a hair restoration company in her name.

“The handwriting is the same on all of them,” Kraus said, describing the subscription cards that led to the magazine deliveries. “Also, my e-mail address is wrong, the server is wrong and on the address the ‘g’ is the same on every single one.”

Green told First Coast News he made the call to the hair restoration company as a joke. He said he has since done nothing to violate the injunction.

Kraus said she has been unable to have Green cited for violating the injunction because she can’t prove he is behind the scheme.

“He’s not going to stop until it hurts him in his pocket or he’s put in jail,” she said.

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