Apollo Beach man fatally shot in confrontation often riled neighbors - Tampa Bay Times
According to the court filing, Gallik wore a sign around his neck that read, "Death to Southshore Falls." He bathed outside, ran a generator, hung wet clothes in the front yard, solicited donations of food from neighbors and threatened a neighbor to get electricity for his computer, records show.
The filing also paints a tense picture of Gallik's relationship with his neighbors.
He threatened them, posted "foul and offensive" signs, allowed his dog to defecate on the street and verbally abused neighbors to the point that they called the sheriff's office.
In the filing, the association sought to make Gallik comply with HOA rules and pay fees to bring his home up to code.
Another fatal shooting in Privatopia involving an HOA resident at odds with the HOA.