Hundreds of homeless people in Salt Lake City have mysteriously vanished over recent weeks and residents are baffled as to why.Following a police operation conducted in mid-August, Utah's capital city has seen its down and out dwindle dramatically.
Homeless shelters and temporary housing facilities which once offered relief to the destitute in the downtown area are now empty, according to Sgt Brandon Shearer, who seems equally perplexed as he searches for homeless camps during helicopter patrols.
'I don't know,' Shearer told The Guardian when asked where the homeless have gone.
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I have never been N* married except to my career, mother nature and now at 57, I would...About 75 percent of the state's population lives near the 240-mile-long (385 kilometers) Wasatch Fault, according to the Utah Geological Survey.Its last big earthquake hit in 1600, 247 years before Mormon settlers arrived.As a result, more than 1,200 people through July and August were arrested, over half on drug charges.An estimated 900 were later released back to the street.The result saw about 2,200 people in the region go without shelter on any given night, according to The Guardian.