Blake Troli from KFI News talked to John & Ken today about how business owners in Sherman Oaks now dealing with vagrants dropping dead on their stoops.
Sherman Oaks business owners are outraged after a third homeless person was found dead on the street in front of their stores and restaurants.
"How do we normalize this? This isn’t normal to me, this is a woman, this is somebody’s daughter, sister, dead on the street," said Angela Marsden, the owner of Pineapple Hill Saloon and Grill.
Marsden is extremely upset because she’s been begging city and county officials for help in dealing with the homelessness crisis in her community.
"We are a third-world country, critical mass in Sherman Oaks. This is supposed to be an exclusive area, of LA. We’ve had three dead bodies, three dead bodies in a week, and we’re still dealing with all the other stuff, the robberies, drug use, the mentally ill wandering around," she said.