Letters to the Editor

Public-housing crime

The recent arrests of 31 hard-core and violent criminals from the Arthur Mays Villas public-housing project in Goulds once again points out the extent of widespread criminal activity there.

While most residents are law abiding, a sizable number of these thugs terrorize other residents on a daily basis.

Now that their criminal activity has been documented and arrests made, why haven’t public-housing officials taken steps to remove them once and for all?

This would send a clear message that violent criminal behavior is not to be tolerated.

Charles Miller, Davie