With all the rain we have been having, there is bound to be some runoff. As it happens, we live at the topof a hill. There are prople who built an apartment complex directly below us, and partially, on our easement. The apartments did not have gutters on the roof. Our yard has a minimal sloop, but go figure, with the law of phsysics, and all, water still runs down hill. The woman who rents the apartment closest to uur yard started complaining that 'our water' was getting on her porch. She actually yelled at me while tons of water poured over her head from off the roof, directly onto her porch. We diverted water from the 10' section of our yard that insected with hers. We did nothing about the 40+' of the neighbors yard that finishes up along her fenceline. Water still was getting on her porch...as if we had something to do with it! After a screaming match, I called the owner of the complex and told her we were no longer dealing with the tenat and until she put up gutters along the roof, we weren't going to do anything about the water on her porch. It was the owners problem, not ours. I guess the owner gave the renter permission to hire some of the mgrants that stand in front of the grocerie store to ine our mutual fence with sand bags. My husband gave her permission to allow this, however, gaver explicit temrs that no one was to come any further on our property without our permission. We get home from work, yesterday, and discover, not only was the fence lined with sandbags, but the entire 15' area we have between that fence and the first emu pen was completely dug up. The renter had the migrants pull up all the vegetation, line out pen fence with plywood, then pack it in with the vegetation, sandbags, mud they dug up from our yard, and carpet remenants and trash. Needless to say we were furious when we saw this. We called the sherrif to press tresspassing charges, and the deputy that came out said it was a civil matter. Since when is property distruction and tresspassing civil and not criminal????????? The DA's office can sue someone who owns a crowing rooster, here, but we have to press civil charges against someone who builds a wall on our property???