Junius Street tenants allowed back into apartments

A Brooklyn judge has ruled in favor of tenants who were locked out of their apartments by their landlord.The judge stated the landlord, Yoel Fauld,

BROWNSVILLE - A Brooklyn judge has ruled in favor of tenants who were locked out of their apartments by their landlord.

The judge stated the landlord, Yoel Fauld, had to let 166 Junius St. tenants back into their apartments. A week ago, tenants came home to find their apartments locked.

Fauld has accused the tenants of not paying him.

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