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East San Jose homeowners struggle with homeless neighbors

In the heart of East San Jose, eight cars line a popular street — some with boxes stacked on top or attached wagons — filled with the belongings of homeless people such as Francisco Pulido. The constant clashes he had with his mom and stepdad compelled him to leave home. The 37-year-old has lived in his car for the last year. “I blame it on myself,” he told San José Spotlight. Pulido and other homeless people have raised the ire of East San Jose homeowners, such as Robert Rios who lives a block from where the cars are parked. In… 

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