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Homeless man's voodoo attire worries local boy | Letters

Hello, my name is Robert Tetu. I have a problem. There is a homeless man in my neighborhood on 2nd Court South near Mirror Lake Elementary School, and near stores in my marketplace I like to shop in.

He walks around my school, house and random sidewalks. He walks down 8th Street the most, which is scary. There is a homeless church behind my school the homeless man goes to.

He dresses like a voodoo doll. He usually has an Indian robe on and he carries a big bag around. He has voodoo necklaces on. I worry about him coming to our school. I also worry that he'll steal property like pets, TVs, vehicles and other belongings. My last worry is that he will damage property and harm people.

Robert Tetu III, Federal Way

Note: This letter was sent as a Cub Scout project, according to the boy's father.

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