The Ohio Attorney General says a charity aimed at helping people in need abused, exploited and took advantage of them.The Reynoldsburg-based charity has more than 100 people living in sober houses across Franklin County."I've been here 3 and a half years. I came here from a rehab center," Williams said. "It's allowed me to have a roof over my head. Not only a roof over my head, but I have my family."Not blood family, but brothers in recovery, like Christopher White."This has become a family household where we all interact. We live by a certain code. We don't drink, we don't do drugs," said White.But they say it has come at a price."He took advantage of people. Very vulnerable people," said White, referring to Chuck Kirk.Court documents say Chuck Kirk...
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DeWine: Sober living charity abused, exploited vulnerable residents