Dustin Rae, 27, of Sacramento, panhandles on the corner of Howe Ave. and Fair Oaks Blvd. on Wednesday. Rae said he lived in a house up to a year ago with his girlfriend, and now they take refuge in the area. “It sucks that you have to get up early and everyone judges you as the guy that stinks, but there is also some people that are kind and bless you,” said Rae about having to leave early in the morning from the local businesses where he and his girlfriend spend the night.
Dustin Rae, 27, of Sacramento, panhandles on the corner of Howe Ave. and Fair Oaks Blvd. on Wednesday. Rae said he lived in a house up to a year ago with his girlfriend, and now they take refuge in the area. “It sucks that you have to get up early and everyone judges you as the guy that stinks, but there is also some people that are kind and bless you,” said Rae about having to leave early in the morning from the local businesses where he and his girlfriend spend the night. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com
Dustin Rae, 27, of Sacramento, panhandles on the corner of Howe Ave. and Fair Oaks Blvd. on Wednesday. Rae said he lived in a house up to a year ago with his girlfriend, and now they take refuge in the area. “It sucks that you have to get up early and everyone judges you as the guy that stinks, but there is also some people that are kind and bless you,” said Rae about having to leave early in the morning from the local businesses where he and his girlfriend spend the night. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com

Sacramento leaders dither while homeless people shiver

November 22, 2014 02:00 PM

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