There are a number of breaches at the Housing Development Corporation's Oropune Gardens development in Piarco, hence the eviction of a tenant who was operating a hardware and commercial shop there early Wednesday.
In a release, HDC Managing Director Brent Lyons said it was during a visit there with executives on Saturday that they saw and confirmed the existence of reported homeowner infractions and breaches and decided to act on them immediately.
On the heels of the second murder within the last month at Oropune Gardens, residents of the area are up in arms over the increase in gun violence in the area and other illegal activities.
They are calling for an immediate intervention by officials at the Housing Development Corporation and the police.
Oropune residents are now said to be showing genuine regret, remorse and sadness for the man they badly beat last week, after they claimed he attempted to lure a five-year-old girl away from a nearby playground.
Victim Ashdale Mc Hutchinson, 49, died at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex, Mt Hope, at about 11 am on Sunday.
A suspected paedophile remains warded in a critical condition at hospital, after being attacked by residents of Oropune Gardens in an alleged case of vigilante justice.
According to reports, around 9 pm Wednesday officers of the Arouca Police Station received a report of a wounded man lying on a road in the Housing Development Corporation (HDC) community in Piarco.
Police arrived on the scene shortly after and the man was taken to the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex in Mt Hope for treatment.