Hoarder defense employed in murder trial of Galt man

The psychologist said she saw all she needed to see in looking at the pictures of Joseph Francis Corey’s house around the time he shot and killed animal control officer Roy Marcum.

Garbage stacked 6 feet high, trash pushed aside to make for minimal walking trails inside the house, animals penned in cages in the bathroom and elsewhere – it made for an easy diagnosis for celebrity psychologist Robin Zasio, founder of the Sacramento-based Compulsive Hoarding Center.

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