Neighbors worry about Sir Maejor Page’s former Toledo home

TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) – Residents of Glenwood Ave. complained about the house on their beloved street.

The house belonging to Sir Maejor Page has been flagged as a problem for a long time.

Sir Maejor Page bought the house with money allegedly taken from his Black Lives Matter of Greater Atlanta Charity. In 2020, the house was raided by the FBI. Marcus Busdicker’s mother lives next door, and he said she was home during the raid.

“It scared my mum to see the FBI. We understand they are doing their job, but seeing him active in action scared her because she was watching TV. She looked up and they swarm,” Biusdicker said.

In January 2022, the house caught fire due to a radiator. Now it is left vacant except for squatters and neighborhood children who venture inside.

It’s a horror. You know we have a nice neighborhood here, we have a lot of nice people and we don’t want people who aren’t from here living in the building,” Busdicker said.

With people moving in and out illegally, neighbors fear their homes may be the next target.

The city of Toledo’s code compliance department said it had its hands tied because the home is part of a federal investigation. To give the neighbors some peace of mind, the ministry sent an inspector to see what could be done to make sure no one could enter the house.

Busdicker said he wants curbside calling reinstated.

“We can plant flowers or have a small park. I could even mow the grass here for the kids to enjoy, and it wouldn’t be such an eyesore,” Busdicker said.

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