Fayetteville police officer Stacy Sanders, 39, offers James Smith, 59, a donated jacket underneath the Person Street Bridge spanning the Cape Fear River. "I'm not surprised by the numbers. I'm not surprised by the children and the families that are homeless but I am surprised by the lack of resources," said Sanders, the department's homeless specialist."The thing that bothers me the most is that my hands are limited."
Fayetteville police officer Stacy Sanders, 39, offers James Smith, 59, a donated jacket underneath the Person Street Bridge spanning the Cape Fear River. "I'm not surprised by the numbers. I'm not surprised by the children and the families that are homeless but I am surprised by the lack of resources," said Sanders, the department's homeless specialist."The thing that bothers me the most is that my hands are limited." tlong@newsobserver.com
Fayetteville police officer Stacy Sanders, 39, offers James Smith, 59, a donated jacket underneath the Person Street Bridge spanning the Cape Fear River. "I'm not surprised by the numbers. I'm not surprised by the children and the families that are homeless but I am surprised by the lack of resources," said Sanders, the department's homeless specialist."The thing that bothers me the most is that my hands are limited." tlong@newsobserver.com

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