This block in Harlem has become a ‘flea market for drugs’


One block in South Harlem — just feet from Central Park — has become an open air “flea market for drugs” straight out of the 1980s, a Post investigation has learned. Brazen dealers are slinging dope in broad daylight on St. Nicholas and Lenox avenues between west 111th and W. 112th streets — while addicts openly use crack and heroin and NYPD linger near by, apparently doing nothing.

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