They showed up at class last week at Life V-Tec school on Harwin near Fondren to find the doors locked. Calls to the headquarters have gone unanswered.
One student told us how frustrating the situation has been.
"I got jobs right now that want to hire me if I had my license because of the type of work I do," said one student. "But I can't go to work for them because I don't have anything to show them that I went to school."
The owner of the building tells us the Life V-Tec school was evicted November 14 for falling behind on their lease. The students have contacted the state's attorney general's office and a local attorney to see what can be done.
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