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Bed Bugs on the Rise in Arkansas

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A local news station interviews McCauley Services' Justin McCauley on the problematic pest.

| March 14, 2013

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. - PMPs in Central Arkansas have said that bed bug calls are on the rise throughout the region, local news outlet KARK reports.

Justin McCauley, COO, McCauley Services, told the station that he's performed bed bug treatments throughout the region, from El Dorado to Jonesboro to Hot Springs. With reports that bed bug infestations have caused some residents to move from their residences, McCauley said moving is one of the ways bed bugs are spread.

"These are the best hitchhikers in the world," McCauley said. "You want to get all your stuff treated before you moved out or you're just going to carry them from place to place. 

Read the full story and watch the full report at arkansasmatters.com

 

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