10/30/2017Academy Sports + Outdoors
My wife visited this store to purchase a replacement concealed carry holster for me so we could visit the State Fair of Texas. She decided to only carry my 3-month-old son in her Bjorn baby carrier instead of getting the whole stroller out for a quick trip. She went inside, visited the restroom, then went to the gun department and asked for assistance to find the holster I needed. After, she went straight to the register and checked out with the item using her credit card... She went straight out of the exit and to her car. When she had taken the baby out of the carrier to put him in the car seat she heard a grunt and an "excuse me" from behind her. Completely startled and scared, she turned around to have a large man, less than 2 feet away from her tell her, "I need your bag to search for evidence of stolen items." Mind you this is in the parking lot and not within the legal bounds of the store... My wife, scared for the safety of our son and herself didn't even ask him to identify himself because she figured if he was going to rob her he would just take the bag and run. He shuffled through her bag then told her "we've had lots of thefts" before turning to walk back inside the store; no identification and no apology. She immediately called me panicking and not even able to process what just happened to her. I immediately called the store and was told by the manager on duty that, "none of my employees would do this and I'm sorry you had an experience like this. Probably just a bum or something.. We've had problems with that in this area." I demanded a call back on Monday (as it was Saturday and I figured the people who could actually take action were off for the weekend), but when that never happened I went for a personal visit on Tuesday. At this point I met with a different manager who proceeded to
We were let out of our lease early due to safety concerns. Our apartment had been robbed 3 times since 2014 with documented police reports. Windows were busted out - police report. Fire extinguisher was vandalized - police report. My 13 year old son was mistaken for an unauthorized guest by the new leasing agent. He was on the lease and always had been. This is one of the most dangerous intersections in Dallas at Forest lane and Audelia. We had been through 3 managers since 2014 due to homocide, etc.. There are gun shots every night. This apartment complex is right next to The Village Oaks condos that house felons on parole for rape, theft, possession, Drug Dealers - Meth and Pot, terroristic threats, etc.... When you called Dallas PD dispatch, they advise you to buy a gun. Our balcony was always clean. Dallas inspectors/New Managers kept changing what was allowed on the patios. We were never fined because we always complied when notified in writing. The owner refuses to post video survelliance around his property. The Leasing agent is very rude and unprofessional. This property, Village Oaks, and other apartments in the are need to be condemned by the DEA. A home owner a few summers back was stabbed to death while watering his front yard by a Middle school student on wet pot laced with embalming fluid....As a result, we are now homeless and living in a shelter. Do not live here.
If you enjoy getting your car towed every week or your visitors. .and your rent going up every month, your apartment flooding and it taking a weeks for it to be fixed , shootings, kitchen and bathroom faucets hanging off wall...rude leasing office people, roaches, and car theft...then cielo ranch is the place for you