$400,000 midpriced? Where do you live, La Jolla?
posted on 02/18/2002 1:02:23 PM PST
- Rick Roberts high-placed law enforcement official said, "the adults locked themselves in the van Dams garage they have special inside locks so the kids cant come in and started smoking marijuana and fooling around. The adults in the garage were Brenda, Damon, 2 girlfriends, and 2 guys from the bar."
Hildy, if the VD's are players, as described above, then they are either "wired" into the community, or they are naive. They do not strike me as the later. Most major league dealers know their safe zones, and if the VD's were picking up strays for their calistenics, as often as reported, then they would have shared their "stash" with potential informants. If they were not worried about such "problems" then maybe they were high enough up in the San Diego food chain, to not worry about, shall we say, legal entanglements!
Again, the "mid-priced" house you descibe is going to require in mortgage, and upkeep a minimum of $50,000 annually. The little "stay-home" Mom requires too much high octane entertainment to be a pay check to pay check coupon clipper!! IMHO!
posted on 02/18/2002 1:40:25 PM PST
I live in Spring Valley, East County. My 1,800sq ft. house, which I have remodeled, is worth $350,000. And Spring Valley is no Sabre Springs.
posted on 02/18/2002 4:21:02 PM PST
Even if it were midpriced for that area, it's hardly midpriced if you're unemployed. Like FresnoDA wrote in an earlier post--where do they get the money for their lifestyle? They're not living on the cheap here, and the father does a lot of job-hopping. Not very stable.
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