The 111th Precinct in Bayside hosted its annual award ceremony during the monthly precinct council meeting on June 3.
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The 23-year-old Jamaica man arrested on Long Island last month for stripping three dozen cars of their costly catalytic converters has a lengthy rap sheet in the city, officials said.
Two officers from the 111th Precinct were feted Tuesday for arresting a man who police say is responsible for a surge in area car thefts.
Lead-footed drivers in the 111th Precinct will have to ease up on the gas soon or get a ticket. The precinct plans to ramp up speeding enforcement and make sure motorists yield to pedestrians.
Attention all preteens and teens! The Queens Courier will host its first Girls World Expo on Sunday March 16, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Terrace On The Park, 111th St., Flushing
Police arrested two men in Flushing for allegedly sawing catalytic converters off multiple trucks in a U-Haul storage lot. The device — which contains precious metals inside, like platinum — has been the target of a costly new citywide crime trend.
Police stripped a South Ozone Park home of auto parts on Monday after discovering an alleged chop shop operation at the residence.
Toyota Sequoias have become the target of a costly new crime trend in northeast Queens. Thieves are stealing catalytic converters from under the cars.
For 10 years, Community Affairs Officer Gary Poggiali has watched 120 officers accept their “Cops of the Month” awards from the back of the room. Now he has plenty of plaques to call his own. Community leaders gave a final salute to the retiring, beloved cop with an armful of plaques and an earful of [...]
Four cops in the 111th Precinct were awarded recently for arresting a repeat car break-in offender. Deputy Inspector Jason Huerta honored police officers Michael Cillis, Christopher Vernam, Romeo Francis and Sgt. Scott Brenes as “Cops of the Month” for their collar during the precinct’s monthly meeting on November 12. “These guys have been working hard, [...]