Seminole County cracks down on 'Junk Man' once again



SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. - Seminole County is once again cracking down on a homeowner who has already spent several months behind bars for not cleaning up his yard.

Alan Davis is facing seven new violations over the same junk problem.

Davis' yard, in Altamonte Springs, is once again covered with trash, and he could be facing another lien against his property and some new fines if it's not cleaned up. There is overgrown vegetation, a lot of junk in the driveway and a few old cars.

Records show a newer structure is part of the latest issue. It was first noticed in 2011, but reinspection of the property wasn't done until this year.

Neighbors told Channel 9 about the property.

"It's a mess," said neighbor Laurie Backhaus. "It really brings down the neighborhood."

"It's a jungle," said neighbor Stacey Jennings.

Channel 9 has been covering the story for years, and during that time Davis went to prison because he refused to pay fines for the junk.  In the past, Davis even constructed a buttocks statue aimed at the county.

The Seminole County Sheriff's Office is meeting about Davis Wednesday.