More than three-dozen people have been arrested at the Roosevelt Hotel since in May.
More than three dozen people have been arrested at Midtown Manhattan’s Roosevelt Hotel since New York City began housing migrants there amid an influx of crossings at the southern border, according to a report.
Forty-one people have been arrested at the hotel since May. Most of the alleged crimes involve incidents of domestic-violence, the New York Post reported on Sunday.
The numbers were reported a day after a 30-year-old man was arrested at the East 45th Street hotel, just a stone’s throw from Grand Central Terminal, as part of a child endangerment investigation, the newspaper reported.
The alleged victim is the man’s 11-year-old daughter.
But the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office declined to prosecute.
“After thorough investigation and review of the facts, the People declined to prosecute this matter,” a spokesperson for the Manhattan DA’s office said in a statement to the New York Post. “If a crime cannot be proven beyond a reasonable doubt, it is our ethical duty not to charge it.”