Lithonia woman fighting eviction from home of 23 years

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Lithonia woman fighting eviction from home of 23 years

Lithonia woman fighting eviction from home of 23 years

Cross Roads News-

Toni Furman was in her Lithonia home on May 7 when she heard someone breaking down her door.

“They kicked the back door in,” she said. “I was in an upstairs bedroom trying to call for help and they told me to drop everything and show my hands.”

“They” were the six DeKalb Sheriff’s deputies who evicted her from the home on Stoneleigh Hill Road where she had lived for more than 20 years.

“They ordered me to get my clothes on and to leave,” said the substitute high school science teacher. “And they started to take my things out into the street.”

[CROSS ROADS NEWS]

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One Response to “Lithonia woman fighting eviction from home of 23 years”

  1. Elaine says:

    What a horrible abuse of power. Shame on Atlanta’s law enforcement official who green lit that. Mark my word – that house will sit empty, get overgrown, vandalized and probably occupied by drug using squatters and squirlls to the disgust of the neighbors, the taxes will go unpaid – and for what? Banks are taking back houses in an attempt to conceal securities fraud – not to worry the SEC is closing in on them. It should not be too much longer. Unfortunately, shit like this has to happen and has already happened to untold hundreds of thousands of families with kids and elderly parents – with their homes going to investors or abandoned.

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