ADRIAN, Mich. (13abc Action News) - A family in Adrian Michigan could looking for a new place to live soon all because of a smell. Although they are fighting back, trying to stay in their home.
What you won't actually see inside the Glore family's unit at the Sand Creek apartments in Adrian is a smell. The Glores have received notice that because of a smell, they need to be out by the end of the month.
"I was furious. They're putting my mom and dad out on the streets. We have nowhere to go," said Jeff Glore.
He’s most concerned about his parents, Betty and Dale, because both have lived there for about 12 years.
"It made me mad, made me mad," said Dale Glore.
"I think it's crazy, non-sense! I've had the apartment cleaned," said Betty Glore.
The Glores say they've been told neighbors have complained about the smell. They argue it's normal wear and tear. It's also not clear what sort of smell should or can lead to an eviction.
"I want to stay here because we have nowhere to go. We have no car," said Jeff Glore.
What does management say? The I-Team stopped into the office Monday, managers would not comment citing privacy issues. The Glores are very public, they want to stay.
"For them to get up and be thrown on the street, it'll probably kill them," said Jeff Glore.