New Yorkers were on Friday warning of rising levels of crime, shootings and homelessness as a busload of 54 asylum seekers arrived from Texas before being settled in shelters, hotels or joining relatives elsewhere.
DailyMail.com visited an established New York shelter for asylum seekers — beneath St Mary’s Episcopal Church in Harlem — and spoke to locals about their concerns for a community that has long battled crime, drugs and mental health crisis.
They spoke after the first bus of migrants sent from Texas by Governor Greg Abbott arrived at Port Authority Bus Terminal in Manhattan on Friday morning after making the nearly 2,000-mile trip from the border that lasted days.
‘We don’t know anything about them. We don’t know if they’re criminals. They’re refugees so they could be…
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