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41 Alleged Members of East Village and LES-Based Drug Rings Indicted

Daniel Maurer Campos Plaza The District Attorney has indicted 41 alleged members of two East Village and Lower East Side drug trafficking rings. The rings, based out of Baruch Houses and Campos Plaza, sold and delivered crack and cocaine to customers throughout Manhattan, the D.A.’s office said. Officials claim that 33 members of the “Blocc […]

Housing Authority Reveals Plan to Lease Campos Plaza Lot to Developer

Under the proposed plan, 26,000 square feet of land, currently being used for two parking lots and a basketball court, would be leased to a private developer for 99 years.

In Wake of Shooting, Renewed Calls for Gun Control, Security Measures

Suzanne Rozdeba Dereese Huff with shooting victim David Cruz State Senator Daniel Squadron will visit the scene ofMonday morning’s shooting in Campos Plaza to rally for an emergency session in Albany addressing gun violence. At the same time, a Campos resident is circulating a petition demanding security upgrades to the complex and refusing to pay […]

Shootings Followed Open-Mic Battle at Central Bar

The gunshots that rang out near the corner of Third Avenue and East Ninth Street last night followed a dispute at The Central Bar, The Local has learned. That altercation ultimately led to an early-morning shooting in Alphabet City that sent a man to the hospital, according to residents of Campos Plaza.

Pols Blast Housing Authority For Inadequate Safety Measures

Elected officials blasted the New York City Housing Authority this afternoon for not being quick enough to make security upgrades, citing a recent study that indicates many public housing residents don’t feel safe in their own homes. Meanwhile, the authority pointed the finger right back at local politicians.

Cameras at Campos Plaza Can’t Come Soon Enough for Residents

Residents hope the new cameras will act as a much-needed crime deterrent.