Court Still Trying to Get Help for a Hoarder

Last December 2015, the court officials said they will try to find a home for David Hunter, a hoarder who has been living in a makeshift tent behind his uninhabitable North Side home. However, up until now, the court is having difficulty securing enough money to find hime a place to live.

According to Franklin County Environmental Judge Daniel Hawkins, Hunter will be housed in a hotel for a few days while they are trying to work with the Franklin County Veterans Service Commission for a long-term solution. In trying to get him out of the cold,the court’s chief environmental specialist has already spoken to Hunter about the nature if his stay at the hotel.
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