Summerlin hoarding house fumigated by cleaning crews
Summerlin, NV (KTNV) -- A home in Summerlin is being described as a hoarding house of horrors and Saturday, it was covered up by a giant tent.
The home was being fumigated to get rid of anything else that may be alive inside.
It was packed with all kinds of things from the floors to the ceiling.
Cleaning crews have been at the home for most of the week removing tons of debris.
They found more than 50 cats, including 15 that were dead. Half of the surviving cats had to be put down because they were too sick.
The man who lived at the home is also facing charges. Kenneth Epstein faces six misdemeanor charges, including public nuisance, unjustifiable injury to animals and failure to register a pistol.