According to a neighbor, Danielle Calder, “The man was really nasty to her and told her to get out and shut up.” The new owner gave Tyma the chance to collect her belongings right then and there, but she refused. She did not know where to go or what to do.
Life’s Worth of Belongings
All of Angie’s things and precious belongings were dumped in the yard. And there was a large padlock that kept her from opening the door to her own house. Thankfully, Angie was able to get help from the Pasco County Human Services to enter the property the next day to collect precious things such as her dentures and medicine. Â