NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Two neighbours living in the Nassau Village community got into a heated verbal confrontation on Wednesday, over the placement of trailers and other debris. And despite having two derelict vehicles in his yard, Williams wants Percentie to move his large shipping containers, which he says sits on some of his land. “When he put this one [trailer] here, I asked him if he’s going to leave it there. He told me no, he’s not going to leave it there. He said he’s only taking his stuff out there and then he’ll move it, but he said this from 2015. Every time I turn around, there’s a different trailer that keeps on coming [and] nothing is going out,” Percentie alleged. “I’m trying to understand why all that debris is there in the back of his yard, and then he’s still bringing other stuff. My thing is, you keep bringing stuff, and stuff is not going out.” Williams also claimed that vagrants who inhabit the trailers are also using an abandoned building adjacent to his house as a toilet facility. He is also concerned about the security of his family and his home as he said the trailers have blind spots for criminals. “I told him these trailers will only entertain criminal ac...