In the Big Apple, New Yorkers are pleading with Gov. Kathy Hochul to stamp out crime. Wall Street bigwigs in the city want Hochul to address crime and taxes. An organization representing them says police are out hustling hard to arrest criminals, but they’re not being prosecuted and convicted. NTD spoke to Lt. Steven Rogers, a retired New Jersey police detective, who says residents and corporations are fleeing New York City amid high crime. Rogers also describes what can be done on a local level, and addresses some concerns Mayor Eric Adams has.