A new banking crisis has hit the Big Apple: vagrants and addicts are commandeering ATM vestibules, snoozing and shooting up in locations with 24/7 service.
“It’s almost as though they’ve assumed ownership of the ATMs,” said Eugene O’Donnell, a John Jay professor and former NYPD officer. “It’s well recognized that an ATM can be a magnet for crime and violence, and you can’t think of a worse idea than having people domicile inside of one.”
The Post conducted two late night tours of Midtown banks this week and discovered at least eight instances of vagrants cashing in on lax enforcement.
At a Citibank on the
→ Continue reading at New York Post