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Unruly’ group of homeless homosexual men causing problems in Half Way Tree
Business operators in and around Half Way Tree are calling on the police to do more to bring under control groups of homeless men who have been making sections of the commercial hub havens to gather and engage in a number of illegal activities.
Operators say men from the group, some of them cross dressers, have been taking over sections of the town following a number of operations by members of the island’s security forces to displace them from other areas such as New Kingston.
We understand the plight of these individuals, but we are disturbed by the way some of them conduct themselves especially in areas where we operate businesses,” said one store owner who identified himself as Damion Pinnock.
They gather close to businesses on a daily basis and frequently turn away our customers with their boisterous behavior,” another business operator said.
Homeless people especially young men who tend to travel in large numbers are making areas that are prime business location their home and we think it is time the authorities do something to remove these individuals and take them to areas where they can be provided better living conditions,” said another business owner.
Some of the operators asked not to be named for fear of reprisal attacks.
Business operators say along with the boisterous behavior of some of the individuals, there has also been reports that criminal elements sometime lurk in areas where the homeless men gather.
Police say they are aware of the issue and has put in place a number of system to remove these homeless men but each time they are removed from one area they manage to relocate to other areas close by.
Calls from business operators comes days after the body of a cross dresser who sources say frequently travels with the group of homeless young men was found in the New Kingston area