Wilton Manors official cleaning up home in deplorable conditions, send elderly woman to hospital
On October 11, 2009, the Wilton Manors Police Department responded to a report of smoke and possibly a small explosion at 2908 N.E. 1st Avenue. When officers arrived they encountered one resident, Paris Martz, who attempted to flee but was quickly captured and arrested. The officers also encountered the elderly mother of Paris Martz who was nude and covered in feces. She was transported to Holy Cross Hospital and Martz was transported to the Broward County Jail. The home was found to be in deplorable condition both inside and outside. Trash, old newspapers, junk, and human waste covered most of the flooring of the home. The Wilton Manors Risk Management and Police Department are coordinating clean up of the property’s exterior. The house has been secured by the Wilton Manors Police Department. The City has contracted to have all outdoor debris removed by a certified biohazard removal team. Clean up began today. It is expected that all outdoor work will be completed by October 19, 2009.
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