Martin County's Response to Abandoned RVs Amid Rising Challenges

Martin County’s Response to Abandoned RVs Amid Rising Challenges

MARTIN COUNTY, Fla. — The Martin County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) announced the removal of two abandoned RVs that had broken down in Hobe Sound and Stuart on Wednesday.

As per the sheriff’s office, this situation is not isolated and is being observed in numerous states across the country due to the increasing challenges of homelessness, drug addiction, and financial hardships.

Photographs released by the sheriff’s office depict the deteriorated motorhomes, covered in graffiti and showing signs of wear and tear.

If you happen to encounter a deteriorated RV or motorhome abandoned along a road or in a parking lot in Martin County, please get in touch with the sheriff’s office at 772-220-7000.

These abandoned motorhomes can pose risks to the safety of children who might enter them and also endanger drivers on the road.

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