Neighbors complained Tuesday about former Kumbia King singer DJ Kane's belonging being strewn about the yard of his former home, after the singer was evicted.
The notice was served by Nueces County Constables last Friday, and it authorized the removal of all personal belongings from the home.
The belongings should have been placed in the public right of way along the median, but not on the street. Instead, the front yard turned into a pile of DJ Kane's, whose real name is Jason Cano, belongings.
Now, the City wants it cleaned up.
"You know, our main concern is the safety and welfare of the citizens, pedestrians and motorists of the area," Code Enforcement Supervisor Tracey Cantu said. "We realize that it's in the yard, and we want to make sure that's out of the way of any right of way."
When asked if there was any code violation involved, Cantu added that the acclimation of debris on the property is an obvious violation, which is exactly what Code Enforcement officers are addressing.
A Houston law firm said that Wells Fargo Bank is responsible for the property. It has hired a company called Cypress Field Asset Management, which is also out of Houston, to clean up the property. They said the mess should be cleaned out by Friday.
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