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St. Pete Police Shut Down Two ALFs

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Conditions were depolorable – no running water, no electricity – the St. Petersburg Police Department said.

ST. PETERSBURG – Saying conditions were “deplorable,” St. Petersburg police have shut down two assisted living facilities.

The facilities, at 3434 Second Ave. S and 3418 Second Ave S, are run by Tampa Bay Behavioral Health, according to the St. Petersburg Police Department.

Officers said they found deplorable conditions in the homes, including no running water, no power, and broken windows. Drug paraphernalia was also found.

At least nine disabled adults have been displaced, but, officers said, a number of agencies are on the scene to help find new homes for residents.

No charges are pending at this time.

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