Felons get into the business of halfway houses

Nov 19, 2012
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Operating a halfway house for recovering addicts is a profitable business in Florida, where there is little regulation; naturally, it's attracting swindlers and ex-felons.

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By Susan Taylor Martin, Times Senior Correspondent In Print: Sunday, November 18, 2012 First of two parts Troy Anthony Charles bounced in and out of jail for two decades before he rented a Spanish-style bungalow in St. Petersburg last year and went into the halfway house business.

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