PREVIOUSLY: Break-In at Betty Chinn’s Eureka Warehouse; Two Arrests Made After Items Found Among Nearby Group of Homeless

Two days after Betty Chinn’s Old Town Eureka warehouse containing supplies designated for low-income locals was broken into, vandalized and pillaged, a group of community members gathered to help restore what was damaged. 

Eureka Police Chief Steve Watson was on scene to lend a hand and filed the following tweet report chronicling clean up efforts:

Many of the items stolen remain unaccounted for (see LoCO‘s previous report for more). A GoFundMe page has been set up to solicit donations which will be used to replenish Chinn’s stock.