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Detroit blight fighters return dumped deck

Posted at 10:34 PM, Jan 27, 2016

Dumped in the D and unwanted. Now, neighborhood crusaders are teaming up to "Return to Sender" the goods a contractor left behind.

Bright and early Wednesday morning,  a few strangers and a few good friends came together for a common cause - to send a message. 

"What we not tolerate is you coming into our community and making your property better while we suffer," said John George with Motor City Blight Busters.

The Motor City Blight Busters teamed up with camera crusader Jonathan Pommerville to returned dumped debris to a contractor caught doing wrong.

What happened?  Click on the video player to watch the full report.

If you have a story for Ronnie, send her an email at ronnie.dahl@wxyz.com.

You can report illegal scrapping, illegal dumping or graffiti by calling the Detroit Police tip line, 313-235-4359 or by emailing scrapgrafdump@detroitmi.gov.

Pommerville has gained a following on social media through his YouTube channel, Fochnut.  He shames people doing dirty deeds in his neighborhood.

To learn more about Motor City Blight Busters: http://www.mcbbdetroit.com