One of a Kind Hoarding Case

In Columbus, prosecutors are asking an environmental judge to appoint a guardian in a hoarding case that has dragged on for 10 years.

After filing a foreclosure action against the property of David Hunter, court officials met with him back in December to discuss his future. Assistant City Attorney Shayla Favor said the man is obviously suffering from hoarding issues since 2004 and this has caused them to be involved.  While the judge has held off any decision regarding a guardian, court officials are working with Hunter to find him a new home.

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