In the video above, 61st Precinct’s Deputy Inspector Georgios Mastrokostas give his monthly crime report, explaining some of the incidents – and arrests – that continue to fuel the command’s place at the top of the city’s list for increase in major crimes.

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  • Tc

    why are you even out at 2 am in the morning? :)

  • BOSB

    No innocent people are being shot … they all had criminal records …

    Whaaaat?  Like possession of marijuana?

    It’s deep insights like this that may explain why 61 may be having a problem …

    • RKramden

      Potheads aren’t getting shot.  Felons and ex-cons are.

      And the problems are and always will be the housing projects.  If they weren’t here, this neighborhood would be in a much better place today.

      • BOSB

        You make a good point.  I *should* have said:

        Whaaaat?  A felon/ex-con who has served his/her time is just as innocent as I am, on the face of it.  If the cops have evidence that the shooting victim is a criminal, then arrest him/her.  Don’t pull stuff like, “Well, he wasn’t an innocent victim because he had a record, so we don’t have to worry about those crimes.”