By Theresa Walker | [email protected] and Donna Littlejohn | [email protected] | Orange County RegisterPUBLISHED: November 3, 2017 at 5:50 pm | UPDATED: November 3, 2017 at 10:42 pm It hasn’t always been like this for Andrea Tabor. There was a time when Tabor had only compassion for the homeless people she’d encounter. But now, at 70 and running the Neighborhood Watch program at her 332-unit condominium complex, she is in a state of constant vigilance because of threats — real or otherwise — posed by the area’s homeless. As her Anaheim neighborhood has become a spot where homeless routinely seek everything from refuge to a garbage dump to victims, her feelings have changed. “It’s a nightmare,” Tabor said. Saying she’s frustrated by rampant drug use and thefts and the physical threat she feels from the homeless, she added this: “The anger starts small and builds,” she said. “It really builds.” The feeling is shared by more and more people across Southern California. Just ask San Pedro. When sidewalk encampments began to turn up and multiply two years ago near the Los Angeles’ waterfront, an area that is the focus of a major push for revitalization, the outcry was quick.In 2016, Los… Read full this story
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