Angie Gayle and her two kids need a place to live and their former landlord wasn't helping. Back in June a vehicle came crashing through the living room wall of her Paterson apartment. The driver died. Angie and her kids were OK, but the apartment was destroyed.
CANARSIE, Brooklyn - They still don't get it. The squatters living in Beverly Daniel's Canarsie home. They're all over the place now, freeloading while poor Beverly can't get into the house she bought. I first told you about this a couple of weeks ago.
HARLEM -- It drags on and on. That's the way landlord-tenant disputes tend to go in New York City. So it is with the case surrounding 295 W. 150th St. Orlando Cotto has been having problems trying to get repairs made to his building.
JERSEY CITY -- The LeFrak Organization is the number two landlord in New York City. It owns more than 12,500 apartments including Gateway Plaza in Battery Park City. Alfredo D'Innocenzo and his wife Isabella used to live there. They moved there after Hurricane Sandy forced them out of Hoboken.
BROOKLYN -- George Leight wants a trial. He's unlikely to get it. Leight is a former city sanitation worker who lost a leg on the job. It happened because he reacted to save a child. "Kid ran in front of my truck.
HAWORTH, N.J. -- Sylvester Tuohy got a hole-in-one he didn't want. The hole-in-one being windshield of his 1987 BMW 325i. Sylvester says it happened as he was driving on a public street that goes through the White Beeches Golf Course in Haworth, N.J. when an errant shot hit his car.
CANARSIE, Brooklyn -- Here we go again. Squatters -- those who think it's OK to live in someone's home without their consent. And not pay a dime in rent. Beverly Daniel of Canarsie, Brooklyn was under pressure to close on a home on Remsen Avenue.
NEW YORK - It's going on across the city: lower income people being squeezed out of apartments so landlords can jack up the rent. Orlando Cotto became an activist in his building, located at 295 W. 150th St. He did it because he says his landlord, Yitzchak Horowitz of LGL Associates, is trying to oust the Section 8 tenants like him.
KINGSBRIDGE, The Bronx - The old saying is that neither rain nor sleet nor gloom of night will stop the mail from getting delivered. But all it took in the Bronx was one Post Office supervisor. He refused to hand over a package for Lewis Luna even though Luna was right there in the Kingsbridge Post Office to pick it up.
NEWARK, N.J. - Jumaanah King has a big problem. She has been caught in a squeeze between social services and her landlord. Jumaanah is a TSA employee, but she's been on disability with back trouble after giving birth and she fell three months behind in the rent at her Newark apartment.
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