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Evelyn MacPherson’s hometown can no longer be her home. Although the mother of seven has roots that run deep in Portland, Oregon, she is moving now that drugs have invaded the tiny space of her garden.
“I don’t feel good about raising my kids here anymore,” MacPherson said, according to KOIN-TV.
She recently found fentanyl pills in her garden. She said the police were called and they told her what the pills were.
“I couldn’t even believe this is in my yard, where my kids play. They were just out here playing on the trampoline yesterday. What if … what if my curious 6-year-old had picked it up, what if my 8-year-old picked it up?” she said.
In an appearance on “Fox & Friends” on Tuesday, she said the move comes with great sadness. safety, according to Fox News.
“They’re forcing me … out of my home … I grew up down the street from here. My parents still will live five blocks from right here, and I don’t get to live close to my parents and feel safe, so it’s pretty disappointing,” she said.
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