You may be a victim of unintended consequences of the law.
On the other hand, we can't rule out that there may be a legal remedy if you can make a case that repeated reports could amount to harassment.
You didn't identify your ex in-law or give us any information backing up your suspicion that your alleged tormentor has access to your sealed reports. If your suspicions are true, CPS should take steps to keep the nosy in-law out of the confidential files. Peeking in sealed files could be illegal or a violation of your rights.
QUESTION: My husband and I are senior citizens. We're looking for witnesses who saw an accident at 3 p.m. April 15 at the intersection of Imperial and Adams avenues. We were at the signal light making a turn to go east on Adams. A truck making the same turn turned wide and hit us.
The truck continued down Adams. Two young people followed and caught the truck at El Centro Motors on Fourth Street. We would like to talk to them and anyone else who may have seen the accident. — Battered, Boulevard
OK, readers, if any of you saw the mishap, call Archie Still at 619-766-0083.
QUESTION: When you write about the adventures of Snoop Doggy, you mention others dogs in your neighborhood. I am looking for an AKC registered poodle, a toy or mini-toy to breed with my apricot.
Would you know anybody interested in a pick of the litter trade for stud service? Maybe your readers can help. My phone number is 353-1717. — Match-maker, El Centro
Arranging dates for poodles is a new low for PROBE. We doubt if Oreo, the chocolate poodle next door, would be interested in a apricot toy poodle, whether it is the poodle's color or name. Snoop Doggy, a terrier mix, likes all females.
QUESTION: Did you enjoy the jazz concert Saturday at Palmer Auditorium? — Music Fan, El Centro
Yes we did!
"In the Mood" takes us back a few years. Groovy.
Jimmie Cannon, director of Valley Jazz and former music director of Central Union High School, was too cool.
It was four hours of music, from "Chattanooga Choo Choo," through "Stompin' at the Savoy," "Tangerine" to "Taking a Chance on Love."
Thank you young people for practicing when you wanted to go play. And thank you music directors for hanging in there for all the sour notes.