Mike Moors’ stuff — including his wife’s wedding dress and love letters from their courtship — was evidently thrown in a dump after it was mistakenly seized last December by workers hired to clear out a foreclosed property.
“They said they put it in a landfill nearby. We don’t know where,” said attorney McNab Miller of Houston, who is representing Moors in a claim against Safeguard Properties, the company that hired the crew. Miller said he’s in negotiations with Safeguard but that no settlement has been offered.
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What’s the story: Coupland couple’s belongings mistakenly seized during foreclosure of property next door.
Who’s responsible: Safeguard Properties and CitiMortgage.
What they’re saying: Couple’s attorney says he was told that everything was tossed in a landfill.