On Thursday, a former Department of Homeless Services (DHS) community coordinator and housing specialist was convicted of sexually abusing and forcibly touching three women who were residents at the homeless shelter where he was assigned to work.
According to Bklyner, the serial sexual abuser, who worked at the Auburn Family Shelter in Brooklyn, was convicted of three counts of forcible touching and one count of third-degree sexual abuse.
He has yet to be sentenced. He is reportedly facing up to two years in prison. His sentencing is set for December 16, 2019.
This criminal situation is a prime example of why so many homeless people refuse to stay in NYC shelters.