City tears down suspected haven for criminal activity

By MICHAEL RODRIGUEZ
Managing Editor
editor@sbnewspaper.com

Photo by Rodrigo Davila City of San Benito employees are seen demolishing a dilapidated home on the 200 block of East Robertson Street Thursday. Shown (far right) supervising the demolition is Code Enforcement Director John Rodriguez.

Photo by Rodrigo Davila
City of San Benito employees are seen demolishing a dilapidated home on the 200 block of East Robertson Street Thursday. Shown (far right) supervising the demolition is Code Enforcement Director John Rodriguez.

Gone with a residence located on the 200 block of East Robertson Street in San Benito are the concerns that had become associated with the property for years.

On Thursday, a City of San Benito crew demolished the house after many reports were filed with the city’s Code Enforcement Department and the San Benito Police Department consisting of suspected drug activity and suspicious individuals who have been seen frequenting the area.

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