Woman says she bought Rossville, Ga., mobile home 2 years ago but still has no title [photos]

Tonya Evans, left, stands on the porch of her family's trailer in the Stoney Pointe Mobile Home Park as her daughter Sheridan plays on a porch swing on Wednesday, May 9, 2018, in Rossville, Ga. Tonya and Brian Evans say they purchased their trailer from Tom Lackey, the owner of the mobile home park, only to later discover that Lackey never owned the trailer.

We bought a trailer that wasn't really ours. I mean, it really hurt me. My nerves have been tore up. I've been crying.

ROSSVILLE, Ga. - Tonya and Brian Evans crammed shelves, a dresser, a bed, some family photos and Power Rangers action figures into their Honda Odyssey last week, bound for a storage shed down the road. It was time to move on, Tonya said. They were defeated.

They bought the trailer here, on Lot 66 of Stoney Pointe Mobile Home Park, almost two years ago. Or they thought they did. Tonya Evans keeps a bill of sale with her, proof she paid $16,138 for the trailer in June 2016.