Steve Larson peers out a window in his damaged Auburn home on Thursday,  three weeks after a man accused of killing two law enforcement officers took refuge there before surrendering after authorities laid seige to the house. Steve and his wife Maureen still cannot move back in – the home is coated in pepper spray, shattered glass and contaminants. It will take thousands of dollars and several more weeks to make the house livable again, and the Larsons may lose all of their possessions in the process.
Steve Larson peers out a window in his damaged Auburn home on Thursday, three weeks after a man accused of killing two law enforcement officers took refuge there before surrendering after authorities laid seige to the house. Steve and his wife Maureen still cannot move back in – the home is coated in pepper spray, shattered glass and contaminants. It will take thousands of dollars and several more weeks to make the house livable again, and the Larsons may lose all of their possessions in the process. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Steve Larson peers out a window in his damaged Auburn home on Thursday, three weeks after a man accused of killing two law enforcement officers took refuge there before surrendering after authorities laid seige to the house. Steve and his wife Maureen still cannot move back in – the home is coated in pepper spray, shattered glass and contaminants. It will take thousands of dollars and several more weeks to make the house livable again, and the Larsons may lose all of their possessions in the process. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

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