Friday, May 22, 2009

Family dumps elderly aunt
at homeless shelter, goes to Disney

Investigators say a woman did not want her elderly aunt to go with her to Disney World so she dropped her off at a homeless shelter.

Officials say Beverly Edwards dropped off her 96-year-old aunt, Ruth Smith, at a Salvation Army Center in Bradenton.

The fragile woman who has medical conditions was left with all of her belongings in trash bags, and her niece said she was not coming back to get her.

Read the Orlando Sentinel article here.


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