There was an SUV with dark tinted windows parked on the street, all of last summer. We knew they were watching someone, but didn’t know who,” said Soteris Antoniou, 60, who lives four houses along Cherokee Boulevard from where Mr. Jaser rented the back portion of a house with his wife.
“It was there every day. Every day. One car in the morning and a different car in the evening. They would change, like changing shifts,” he said.
One neighbour approached the SUV to ask what was going on. The occupant of the SUV showed a badge and said not to worry, that it was official business, he said.