A man who identified himself as William Morgan waits near his tent at a homeless encampment near Millbrook and McKinley avenues in central Fresno. Police were sent to the camp Wednesday to enforce the city’s ban on camping.
A man who identified himself as William Morgan waits near his tent at a homeless encampment near Millbrook and McKinley avenues in central Fresno. Police were sent to the camp Wednesday to enforce the city’s ban on camping. By Jim Guy jguy@fresnobee.com The Fresno Bee
A man who identified himself as William Morgan waits near his tent at a homeless encampment near Millbrook and McKinley avenues in central Fresno. Police were sent to the camp Wednesday to enforce the city’s ban on camping. By Jim Guy jguy@fresnobee.com The Fresno Bee

Police enforce city’s anti-camping ordinance in central Fresno

November 01, 2017 11:23 AM

UPDATED November 01, 2017 02:04 PM

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