Jerildene, 1240 Belk Rd., Rowan, Mt.ulla North Carolina, , 28125 Bed Bug Registry Map
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Address : 1240 Belk Rd., Rowan, Mt.Ulla North Carolina, United States, 28125

Details: I stayed at the Francis Marion Hotel in Charleston South Carolina January Thirteenth Fourteenth and Fifteenth. Came home with bed bugs it cost me $1,600 to get rid of them

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