Some of the 17 mice that Luis Decubas and his partner Patricia Hill caught in a two-day period inside their three-bedroom apartment at 2061 S. Hayston Avenue one evening earlier this year in southeast Fresno. They kept the mice in a container inside their freezer to show the landlord proof of the rodent problem inside their apartment. The family of six has complained about problems with roaches, mice and mold.
Some of the 17 mice that Luis Decubas and his partner Patricia Hill caught in a two-day period inside their three-bedroom apartment at 2061 S. Hayston Avenue one evening earlier this year in southeast Fresno. They kept the mice in a container inside their freezer to show the landlord proof of the rodent problem inside their apartment. The family of six has complained about problems with roaches, mice and mold. SILVIA FLORES Fresno Bee file
Some of the 17 mice that Luis Decubas and his partner Patricia Hill caught in a two-day period inside their three-bedroom apartment at 2061 S. Hayston Avenue one evening earlier this year in southeast Fresno. They kept the mice in a container inside their freezer to show the landlord proof of the rodent problem inside their apartment. The family of six has complained about problems with roaches, mice and mold. SILVIA FLORES Fresno Bee file

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