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Police remove squatters from Fairfield home

By From page A8 | March 12, 2014

FAIRFIELD — Police were summoned to a house Tuesday on the 500 block of East Tennessee Street to investigate suspicious activity in what’s supposed to be a vacant home.

The house in question is bank owned, and according to a neighbor it has been a favorite place for squatters to take up residence.

Police Sgt. Dan Marshall said there were squatters in the home and that officers removed them.

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  • R. LeeMarch 12, 2014 - 10:09 am

    I wonder what prompted the removal. It seemed in the past if the homeless found a place to park it would take an act of Congress to get them out.

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  • Rick WoodMarch 12, 2014 - 11:20 am

    They learned how to do it thanks to Tim Jones.

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  • Rich GiddensMarch 12, 2014 - 11:27 am

    Can you imagine if I had been their neighbor? I would have immediately gone over there and introduced myself. The conversation would have gone downhill quickly as they refused to identify themselves, family members and what business they were engaged in. The cops and the city would be immediately called. Investigators and lawyers would be brought in. Appearances before city hall would be recorded and posted on YouTube with Google links to all those officials namew who wouldn't act or who took the squatters side in the ''feud'' as Jess Sullivan would falsely describe it.

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