D.C. shelter residents say janitor sought in girl’s disappearance gave gifts to children ( Relisha Rudd )

“Mr. Tatum,” as he was known to the residents of the D.C. General family homeless shelter, cut a unique figure for a janitor. He dressed sharply, often in Polo designer clothing, sometimes in a suit and tie.

He kept his burgundy SUV, decorated with an oversize Redskins window sticker, spotless.

And he was given to seemingly random acts of generosity for the hundreds of children living in the former hospital campus, according to shelter residents.

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