Texas migrant buses could worsen New York’s crime and homelessness problem, say residents

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…

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