Gateway Parks owner Ryan Neptune said that when he bought the abandoned Lazy J property in January 2014, he found a red-hot space heater running in a crawl space and dozens of bottles of prescription drugs.
Gateway Parks owner Ryan Neptune said that when he bought the abandoned Lazy J property in January 2014, he found a red-hot space heater running in a crawl space and dozens of bottles of prescription drugs. Statesman file photo
Gateway Parks owner Ryan Neptune said that when he bought the abandoned Lazy J property in January 2014, he found a red-hot space heater running in a crawl space and dozens of bottles of prescription drugs. Statesman file photo

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