Police in North Little Rock say they called shelters across the area to take in a woman with a teenage child Monday. After finding places like the Salvation Army too full, they relied on a local homeless advocate.
"He called me back and said I can't get her in anywhere, can you please help me I don't know what to do with her at which point we were able to put her in a hotel room," says Aaron Reddin.
The Compassion Center says it was open and had space. Police and Reddin aren't sure why there was a breakdown in communication and service, but Reddin says it happens often.
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