It was a slight delay for the Good Samaritan Rescue Mission's plans for expansion.
A woman who had been staying in one of the homes that was recently purchased by the shelter refused to vacate the property on the day she had agreed to. The woman reportedly had no proof she belonged there.
Police were called out, but just before they arrived, the unidentified woman started to pack her belongings.
"We've had problems with that house for a very long time with drug trafficking," said Carole Murphrey of the Good Samaritan Shelter. "In fact, we tell our residents, if you're seen at that house your banned from property."
The homeless shelter had been trying to buy the property for many years. The sale was finally completed about two weeks ago. They plan to create something called the Good Sam Village, a place where homeless residents can stay once they have jobs.
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