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45th Precinct and 45th Precinct Community Council hosted the 34th annual National Night Out Against Crime on Tuesday, August 1 at Co-op City

45th PCT. Hosts National Night Out Against Crime

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(l-r) Police officer John Souhrada, 45th Precinct Community Affairs; Matthew Cruz, Community Board 10 district manager; Jascelen Parson; captain Carlos Ghonz, 45th Precinct commanding officer; Thomas Messina, representing Congressman Joseph Crowley, Public Advocate Letitia James and police officer Hannah Rahn, 45th Precinct Community Affairs.
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Public Advocate James (c) presented a proclamation to captain Ghonz (2nd from r) and an awards certificate to Community Affairs policer officers Rahn (2nd from l) and Souhrada (r).
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Co-op City board members Jerome Rice (l) and Leah Richardson (2nd from r) met with Public Advocate James and Assemblyman Michael Benedetto at the police-community celebration.
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(back, l-r) Bob Bieder, 45th Precinct Community Council president; captain Ghonz; police officers Rahn and Souhrada with bike raffle winners Brandon Rodriguez and Mya Algaria.
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Captain Ghonz (l) celebrated with Junius Williams, Co-op City board director.

The annual National Night Out Against Crime helped bring everyone closer together. The 45th Precinct and 45th Precinct Community Council celebrated the 34th annual nationwide police-community event on Tuesday, August 1 at Co-op City’s Greenway. This year’s festivities included live musical performances, an awards presentation and a special screening of ‘Kong: Skull Island,’ sponsored by Assemblyman Michael Benedetto, to close out the night.

Posted 12:00 am, August 12, 2017
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