The 33rd annual nationwide police-community celebration was held on Tuesday, August 2 at Co-op City’s Greenway
45th PCT. Hosts National Night Out In Co-op City
The New Song Church group shared the joy throughout Co-op City.
Comptroller Stringer (r) presented Bob Beider, 45th Precinct Coummunity Council president, with a commendation recognizing the 45th Precinct Community Council’s dedication toward the community and law enforcement.
(l-r) Co-op City Police Department’s detective Jacinto Cruz, police officers Michael Driska and Edwin Feliciano, captain James Keappock, lieutenant Shelda Williams and police officers Victor Reyes, and William Cuesca offered residents information packets and helpful advice.
(l-r) Bishop Angelo Rosario, Church of God’s Children pastor; Joyce ‘The Mayor of Co-op City’ Wilson and Councilman Andy King had fun at this year’s National Night Out Against Crime.
Ola Wayman-Tarlton and her son, Marck, were part of the massive Flash Mob performing at Co-op City’s National Night Out Against Crime.
The Co-op City Flash Mob danced the night away to the delight of many attendees.
The annual National Night Out Against Crime helped bring everyone closer together.
The 45th Precinct celebrated the 33rd annual nationwide police-community event on Tuesday, August 2 at Co-op City’s Greenway.
This year’s festivities included live musical performances, an awards presentation and a surprise dance number courtesy of the Co-op City Flash Mob organized by the Bartow Swinger and Dancing Gents.
Updated 5:05 pm, July 9, 2018