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    From parking lot to parking lot, life of a homeless man - Gregory Rec/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Corbin Pratt's bus is now at Stewart's in South Portland, after being towed there from the Target store's parking lot on Monday night.

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    From parking lot to parking lot, life of a homeless man - Gregory Rec/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Corbin Pratt drove his loaded bus from California to Maine.

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    Corbin Pratt drove his bus, with bald tires, from California to Maine.

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    From parking lot to parking lot, life of a homeless man - Gregory Rec/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Corbin Pratt drove his bus without headlights from California to Maine.

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    A piece of cardboard with a registration number is taped to the back window of Corbin Pratt's bus. Pratt drove the bus from California to Maine.

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    From parking lot to parking lot, life of a homeless man - Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    A man inside this bus is in a standoff with South Portland police, who don't believe he has a gun.

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    From parking lot to parking lot, life of a homeless man - Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    A man shouts to police as one officer has a rifle trained on him and others approach him around 8:35 Monday night in the parking lot outside the Target store in South Portland. The man ran back on the bus before surrendering to police minutes later.

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    From parking lot to parking lot, life of a homeless man - Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    A man surrenders to police around 8:40 Monday night after a standoff that lasted three hours. The man had parked his bus outside the Target store in South Portland and refused to leave, police said. He stayed on the bus until negotiators persuaded him to come out.

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    Corbin Pratt is hoping to get his bus back after surrendering to police Monday night in the Target parking lot in South Portland. Pratt was charged with criminal trespass and released after a three-hour standoff.

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