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A Glen Burnie woman was evicted because of a ‘miscommunication.’ Experts say the eviction system creates room for error.

November 30, 2022

Sharnae Hunt often comes home from work to find the curb in front of her Glen Burnie apartment complex piled high with furniture, clothes, toys and strollers — the items left behind by neighbors who were evicted after falling behind on rent. But on Tuesday, she was shocked to find her own possessions strewn across the grass at Tall Pines Apartments after she was improperly evicted from her home by one of Anne Arundel County’s most prolific evictors, Hendersen-Webb, Inc., a Cockeysville-based property management company. Two days before Thanksgiving, the contents of the apartment she shares with her 9-year-old son, Jacoby Thomas, were piled in a heaping mass: mattresses, couches, TVs, paintings, schoolwork and toys, clear plastic bags stuffed with a tangled combination of clothes, food and electronics.

Article Source: The Baltimore Banner

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