Question: There seems to be an error. When Alvez and J.J. call Reid about Billy's grandma's house, he says Garcia told them after the grandmother died the city said the house wasn't up to code and they don't think anyone is living there. However, the electricity is on in the house. Would the city allow a house not up to code to keep the electricity on? Plus, since Billy doesn't live there and the only resident died, wouldn't the power be shut off anyways, meaning Billy would have to get the power back on in his name (or at least someone living's name)? But if the power is on, why wouldn't Garcia be able to know this and confirm it's likely someone is living there from the power usage? Also, do cities do anything about houses not up to code to prevent people from living or squatting there?Bishop73
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