Latonia Randle, 48, packs up her belongings early in the morning after spending the night with her husband in their tent on the west side of the Sacramento County courthouse in April. Homeless people have been camping overnight for months at the courthouse, enticed by its relative safety, security and proximity to services. But court leaders and law enforcement, frustrated by their numbers, security issues and costs of cleanup, are looking to state judicial officials for answers.
Latonia Randle, 48, packs up her belongings early in the morning after spending the night with her husband in their tent on the west side of the Sacramento County courthouse in April. Homeless people have been camping overnight for months at the courthouse, enticed by its relative safety, security and proximity to services. But court leaders and law enforcement, frustrated by their numbers, security issues and costs of cleanup, are looking to state judicial officials for answers. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Latonia Randle, 48, packs up her belongings early in the morning after spending the night with her husband in their tent on the west side of the Sacramento County courthouse in April. Homeless people have been camping overnight for months at the courthouse, enticed by its relative safety, security and proximity to services. But court leaders and law enforcement, frustrated by their numbers, security issues and costs of cleanup, are looking to state judicial officials for answers. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

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