Is a knock-out punch coming for Daniel Gilbert Tarr?

  • [photo by Gary Meyer, The Mountain Enterprise]

    [photo by Gary Meyer, The Mountain Enterprise]

By Gary Meyer, TME

A rumor found its way last week from Lebec to the office of The Mountain Enterprise, suggesting that a surveyor was being arranged by Kern County to determine the boundaries of Ridge Route Drive, near Lebec Road.

This would have been positive news for Daniel Gilbert Tarr, who has been trying to get Kern County authorities to put some attention on his problem with the blockage of Ridge Route Drive for the past two and a half years.

We published a story about Tarr in the February 5, 2021, edition of The Mountain Enterprise [“These are hard times for Daniel Gilbert Tarr”] explaining how Tarr has been arrested for violating a restraining order that was obtained against him by his neighbor, Davin Cano. According to court records, the restraining order was granted based in part on allegations that Tarr had threatened Cano and assaulted him. The allegations have not been proven.

Mr. Cano has refused to speak with The Mountain Enterprise.

Tarr alleges that Cano has…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)

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Above: Kern County Code Compliance officer Dee Benson (in orange) spoke with Daniel Gilbert Tarr (left) on Thursday morning, March 18, at the entrance to Jack In The Box.

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This is part of the March 26, 2021 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.

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