New York City’s violent crime crisis and illegal alien problems merged together Saturday when three mischief makers were chased out of their hotel housing, resulting in four arrests and multiple stabbings.
Regardless of busing efforts from southern border governors like Republican Greg Abbott of Texas, voluntarily relocating illegals to progressive cities closer to their desired final destination, with roughly five million crossings since President Joe Biden was inaugurated, an overwhelming number were bound to make it to the Big Apple.
In response to his sanctuary city being unable to accommodate the influx, Mayor Eric Adams (D) had contracted hotels to be turned into shelters, and Saturday three residents of the Stewart Hotel on West 31st Street and Seventh Avenue were alleged to have incited a security guard there to stab two of them in the back.
According to the NYPD, brothers Jordy Torres-Cabezas, 33, and Dilan Pachecho-Cabezas, 16, were joined by 19-year-old Alejandro Pollo in throwing bottles at an unidentified stranger when one of the projectiles struck 23-year-old hotel security guard Andiley Nazaire around 12:55 a.m. Saturday, the Daily News reported.
Law enforcement said that Pollo also struck another man in the face with his belt before the trio was successfully ejected from the building in a fracas and a supervisor walked them two blocks away.
Evidently, Nazaire was not satisfied with the removal of the three suspected perpetrators and he reportedly retaliated by picking up shards of one of the broken bottles, chasing down the group, and then stabbing both brothers in the back with the glass.
Police were able to apprehend all four of the individuals and each was charged with assault, menacing, reckless endangerment and criminal possession of a weapon. Additionally, Nazaire was charged with acting in a manner injurious to a child for allegedly stabbing minor Pachecho-Cabezas, whom prosecutors have declined to prosecute.
The brothers were said to be in stable condition after being transported to Bellevue Hospital for treatment and when the New York Daily News contacted the hotel, a receptionist reportedly said, “We don’t know anything about this,” before hanging up.
Mayor Adams signed a $275 million contract with the Hotel Association of New York City to provide housing for no fewer than 5,000 illegal migrants which calculates to about $55,000 a head. That remains a fraction of the estimated 40,000 aliens who have made their way to the city, which Adams estimated would cost $1 billion to shelter.
Rising costs to address the ever-increasing border crisis only stand to further highlight how readily beneficial properly addressing the open border would have been years ago to maintain the sovereignty of the United States.
Later Saturday, two other security guards were arrested and charged with misdemeanor assault in an unrelated incident. The police reported that 28-year-old Nashon Mohabeer of the Bronx, and his co-worker 23-year-old Tyriq Melvin of East Harlem, began to brawl around 9 p.m. after the two began arguing over signing into the break room log book.
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