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Four Mill Basin youths have been indicted for their connection to an attack on two NYPD officers outside of a Bensonhurst home last month, which left an off-duty detective badly beaten. Joseph Nacmias, Jason Chalhon, Vito Morgera, and Michael Peterson, all 17-year-olds, have been variously charged in a six-count indictment with second-degree assault, third-degree assault, resisting arrest, and…

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Councilman Mark Treyger honored 60th Precinct Officer Albert Mammon at a City Hall ceremony Wednesday for saving a drowning teen while on vacation in Florida last month. During the ceremony, which included speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito and members of Officer Mammon’s family, Treyger presented the hero cop with a City Council proclamation and thanked him for his efforts to keep the…

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A hearty congratulations is in order. After attending a rigorous Twitter training seminar in September (following a series of missteps), the NYPD is finally ready to join the social media stage. On December 2, the 61st, 62nd, 63rd, and 68th Precincts all tweeted their first tweets! Though the Twitter accounts have been open since the summer, it seems they are finally…

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Officers from the 61st Precinct are turning to the public in their search for two women accused of stealing another woman’s wallet in Telco Discount Store. The women were caught on surveillance cameras in the 2901 Avenue U store, where they’re believed to have attempted to steal another woman’s wallet. Police told News 12 that…

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Officers from Bensonhurst’s 62nd Precinct apprehended the man they believe to be behind the series of Abraham Lincoln graffiti that has spread across Southern Brooklyn neighborhoods, the Home Reporter reports. “The men and women of the 62nd Precinct should be commended for a job well done,” said Community Board 11 (CB 11) District Manager Marnee Elias-Pavia…

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By Scott Klocksin Jacob Hunt was stopped by police and asked for identification as he left a parking lot in Bay Ridge several years ago. He fit the description of a suspect in a crime. But Hunt wasn’t worried. “Ninety percent of calls you hear on the police scanner are ‘Hispanic, Black, 5-foot-9, 200 pounds.…

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Motorists trying to gun it through through the streets of Sheepshead Bay are the second most likely to be caught in all of Brooklyn, according to a report by the New York Daily News. One hundred ninety-eight speeding tickets were issued by the 61st Precinct, putting Sheepshead Bay in second place overall in Brooklyn, according…

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Above is the fourth of four videos, in which NYPD Community Affairs officers give tips to the community. In this video, officers give several crime prevention tips, including a rundown of several programs offered at all local precincts to help you protect your property. The videos come from a recent event in which NYPD officers from…

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