Officials: 32 people found living in East Hampton home with code violations

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EAST HAMPTON -

Code violations have now been issued, after police discovered an over-crowded home in East Hampton.

Town police say 32 unrelated people were found living inside a single-family home on Railroad Avenue.

News 12 is told 18 of them were sleeping on mattresses on the basement floor near a gas generator and gas storage.

Officials say there are no smoke detectors. That is one of several code violations that the property owner is now facing.

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