So Ive complained about the people on the end of the street. They are brought in/screened by the state. It is essentially forced integration by the owner of section 8 people on the end of our street. There is no racism here, we have hispanic, asian and black people on the street and we all get along great. But these people are black and have brought the ghetto to the street. People in junk cars from Camden come around all the time. Well today while the neighbor was out in the street with his kids, two of the folks hanging around there got into a scuffle and one shot the other twice. Put his gun in his pants and then got into his car and drove off. Big to-do. And the owner, while "apologetic", essentially said that the state program is the only way to get consistent payment, and if anyone on the street had any better ideas, he'd be all ears, otherwise he would keep using this program and bringing in people through the state screening. Apparently intakes months to evict and this finally is strike three... After months of everyone on the street being unhappy and lots of police calls. Is there any kind of recourse or liability that we can put on the owner of the property for the actions of his tenents? This is becoming unacceptable and it is bothering my wife. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks.