In order to block leaves and other debris from coming into his yard, Hamilton grew grass longer in the area of his property adjacent to Henry's property.
At first his relationship with his neighbor John Hamilton was cordial.
Henry and his wife sent a plant to Hamilton and his wife when Henry first moved next door to Hamilton.
Irsie Henry was fired from his position as a City of Los Angeles police officer for engaging in numerous acts while off duty meant to harass, intimidate and disturb his neighbors, for bringing discredit to the Los Angeles police department, for inappropriately accessing the police department computer for non-duty related activities, and for making misleading statements to police investigators.
The superior court denied Henry's petition for a writ of mandate. In about February or March, 2001, Henry purchased a home in Altadena.
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When Hamilton threw the leaves back, Henry threw them back again.
Henry's harassment was also directed at Hamilton's children.
Beginning in September 2001, Henry began using a blower to blow leaves and other debris into Hamilton's yard.