by: Erica Byfield Updated:
DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. - Deputies evicted a Dekalb County woman from her house, but her neighbors moved her back in.
"I want to stay in my home," she said.
She said poor financial advice led her monthly payments to jump from $400 to $950 a month.
"I'm looking at it like this, the devil stole it but the
Calhoun told Channel
Late Monday, Channel 2 Action News learned DeKalb deputies do not plan to re-evict Calhoun.
A DeKalb County Sheriff's Office spokesperson sent a statement:
A spokesman clarified by saying instead of a civil issue, this is now a criminal matter.
Calhoun told Byfield her father lived in the house before she did and despite not having running water she's determined to stay.
"I'm just asking God to be a fence around us, be a hedge to protect us," she said.
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