Timothy Smith, 49,  was a resident of Community Ties of America at Paint Lick until another resident was the victim of an unsolved homicide and the Cabinet for Health and Family Services removed all the residents from the home and two others owned by Community Ties at Waco. This photo shows him one day after he was removed from Community Ties. His sister Darlene Dedman says he was neglected at Community Ties.
Timothy Smith, 49, was a resident of Community Ties of America at Paint Lick until another resident was the victim of an unsolved homicide and the Cabinet for Health and Family Services removed all the residents from the home and two others owned by Community Ties at Waco. This photo shows him one day after he was removed from Community Ties. His sister Darlene Dedman says he was neglected at Community Ties.
Timothy Smith, 49, was a resident of Community Ties of America at Paint Lick until another resident was the victim of an unsolved homicide and the Cabinet for Health and Family Services removed all the residents from the home and two others owned by Community Ties at Waco. This photo shows him one day after he was removed from Community Ties. His sister Darlene Dedman says he was neglected at Community Ties.

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