ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - It's the end of the line for motel mayhem.
Serious safety and health concerns forced the city to finally shut down the Mountain View Inn and RV park on Central near Tramway.
"This motel here is probably the worst motel I've seen in many years," Joe Martinez with the Safe City Strike Force said.
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"It's for the protection of the tenants and the commuters coming off the highway," Martinez said. "This would be a terrible place to stay."
The motel was not just infested with crime, Wednesday inspectors found bed bugs and roaches in the rooms and toilets that don't work.
They also found dangerous hypodermic needles scattered around the property.
There is a restaurant also attached to the property. The city also shut the restaurant down quickly because of health concerns and safety violations.
The restaurant was a fire trap. There were buckets of grease and grease also coated the floors, walls and ceiling.
Nearly 30 motel rooms are occupied and now everyone must go.
Some were living at the motel long term.
"[I am] not happy because we don't have the funds to up and move," Adele Bonnewell said.
Adele Bonnewell, her husband and three kids say it's unfair to kick everyone out and say their room is fine.
"Now my kids are going to have to worry again where they're going to go," Bonnewell said.
The residents did not sign a lease with the motel owner so the city is not able to offer them vouchers to help them find a new place to live.
Instead they gave them until the end of the month to clear out.
The Bonnewell's fear they will have to live in their car until they find a new home.
A couple of motel employees will be allowed to stay on site to try to help clean up and repair the property.
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