I came here because a bunch of parolees was next to me at the apartment where I lived. I was told they wanted a neighborhood watch here and I could help form it, so I came here. Then I was told the main manager didn't want a neighborhood watch. There were two or three people coming and going all night long, which is okay, I just need to sleep through it for health and job reasons. But they would close the doors loud enough to go through earplugs and sometimes shake the building every hour or so. I called security each time and now I have been told to leave or I will be evicted as they say I can't tell anyone when they can come and go. I don't care if they do that, just close the door a little more gently, which I know they can do, since they did when the manager had asked them once. But they don't now. You can hear a lot of their talk as it echoes here, and I have heard them asking if the cops were looking for them and one has mentioned he doesn't want to go back to prison, this to me asking me not to call security anymore. So why wake me up? If I stay asleep I don't know what they do and really don't care. All this so they don't have to take the extra second it might take to close the door so it doesn't wake anyone? Having lived through this a couple of times before, I've found that constant traffic in and out is the first sign of criminal activity and was told by someone in law enforcement that over 90% of managers support crime in the communities. The management here even called my neighbor to tell him they had told me to leave. That's a violation of privacy. It's possible they really think there's no crime here (and it might not be, it just mimics the signs), but calling the tenant makes it look really bad. I was trying to leave and had told them as soon as I got more hours I would find a place, but they aren't giving me that time. I probably wouldn't have given this review if they had, I mean we both want the same thing. Two friends who used to do meth awhile back said that this was where they could do it without any problem. Wish they'd told me before I moved in. But hopefully, this will keep any more people like me from moving in and making life miserable for those who like to come and go without worrying about whether they wake anyone or not, so they have no one complain.