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Army officer says squatter moved into her DeKalb home while she was on duty, now she can’t evict him


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A U.S. Army officer says a squatter moved into her DeKalb County home while she was serving on active duty, and now she can’t have him evicted.

She told Channel 2 Consumer Investigator Justin Gray that she found out when her real estate agent was making final preparations to sell the house.

“He’s not a tenant. He’s a squatter,” Lt. Colonel Dahlia Daure said.

There are ‘beware of dog’ signs in some windows and cardboard covering others at her Ellenwood home in DeKalb County.

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