Brooklyn, NY - After WCBS Report, Rabbi At Yeshiva Says Rowdy Students Will Face Expulsion
Brooklyn, NY - Some Brooklyn homeowners in Sunset Park are demanding that a neighboring Yeshiva take action against a group of rowdy students.
Living next to a school is rarely a quiet affair, especially when class is in session.
But Jorge Toro says there’s no excuse for this kind of behavior. He says students are scaling the fence to get into his back yard.
We spoke with a Rabbi Simon who did not deny his students have been causing trouble.
He chalks up the excessive noise from the school yard and the rock throwing as “boys being boys.”
But he says the school isn’t ignoring the problem and has installed security cameras to try to catch the troublemakers.
Rabbi Simon says the students responsible for the vandalism could face expulsion.
Watch below report
More of today's headlines“New York - Fears that the economy is stalling sent the Dow Jones industrial average down 280 points, erasing more than a quarter of the stock market's gains for the...” New York - Fears of Economic Slowdown Hammers Stocks “United nations - The Palestinians hope to mobilize countries, political leaders and millions of supporters to back their demand for recognition as an independent state...” United Nations - Palestinians Mobilizing Support For Statehood