Sumner police officer Matt Watson responded to a vehicle prowl on Oct. 4 at the Sumner Pierce County Library to find Gayle Hardman’s car damaged with a broken window and missing battery. With donations from several Sumner businesses, Hardman’s vehicle was repaired. Hardman, who lives out of her car, was given a two-night stay at a hotel and a hot meal.
Sumner police officer Matt Watson responded to a vehicle prowl on Oct. 4 at the Sumner Pierce County Library to find Gayle Hardman’s car damaged with a broken window and missing battery. With donations from several Sumner businesses, Hardman’s vehicle was repaired. Hardman, who lives out of her car, was given a two-night stay at a hotel and a hot meal. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
Sumner police officer Matt Watson responded to a vehicle prowl on Oct. 4 at the Sumner Pierce County Library to find Gayle Hardman’s car damaged with a broken window and missing battery. With donations from several Sumner businesses, Hardman’s vehicle was repaired. Hardman, who lives out of her car, was given a two-night stay at a hotel and a hot meal. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com

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