Judge Issues Arrest Warrants for Three Brooklyn Owners


Three Brooklyn owners of distressed properties were arrested recently for failing to comply with court orders directing them to correct hazardous housing violations on their properties and failing to appear in court, according to the city's Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD).

A Kings County Housing Court judge issued warrants of arrest for the owners. The owners' buildings are in HPD's Alternative Enforcement Program, which is designed to improve conditions in the city's most blighted buildings.

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