Maria Guerrero, KOB
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KOB) - Some older residents at a low-income housing unit in Albuquerque, New Mexico are scared.
They claim bullies in their building are making their lives miserable. They say they've tried repeatedly to get the city to help, but nothing's been done.
"This is my castle. I'm the queen here," Linda Castillo says.
The 60-year-old feels trapped in her own apartment.
She says two women who live in her building are straight up, bullies.
"By pushing us around, calling us names and trying to run over us with her wheelchair," she said.
She's not the only tenant complaining.
"It's like living in jail. I feel like I'm not safe," Gloria Intogna said. "She throws pee on my door. I've been cleaning it every morning when I get up."
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