My neighbor a couple doors down does not drive, yet I often noticed a different car in his spot as I went out for work or to walk the dog. After the walk the car was always gone. I would often see them drive in and away, without dropping anyone off, or picking anyone up. Upon seeing this enough times, my radar was on, and I decided to take notes. I made a mental note of the plates and wrote them down later. After about a month of this, I see that I have twenty different numbers. (Keep in mind, this is not from full-time surveillance, just those times I am passing by).
Y'all can guess what I suspect is happening in these 10 minute visits. The guy is nice enough, though I know that he has a felony record and no driver's license (He was turned down for the record when he tried to get a job where I work). His live-in girlfriend seems nice enough, too, though she appears to be completely hammered 24-7.
As a good neighbor, good citizen, good person, how do you react in this situation? I only began writing plate numbers 'just in case something serious happened', but I was quite surprised to see how many different ones I gathered in a short time (also many repeat visit, of course). I have not taken any action, other than taking notes, and I am conflicted about whether I should stick my nose in this business or not. I feel a sense of duty to the other people in the complex, but the guy has done nothing wrong to me.
What would you do, Foo? Do you tell your suspicions to: the neighbor; the landlord (who is a friend and a member of the condo board); the police, even? These are only suspicions, after all, even if they are strong.
BTW, the neighborhood is pretty nice (condos, mostly owners), and these visitors look very out of place, and consistent with my suspicion (crappy cars, crappy loud music, saggy pants...). You never know for sure, but sometimes you kinda know.