Cops issue 83 summonses and confiscate 6 motorcycles in a huge Queens-wide crackdown
Photo courtesy of Twitter/110th Precinct

Officers from several Queens precincts handed out 83 summonses and confiscated six motorcycles for violations ranging from unlicensed operators to drivers going the wrong way down a one-way street. Motorcyclists are required to register their bikes with the city every year and registration expires this month, which is why the NYPD conducts the operation at this time. […]

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Major felonies dropped around 110th Precinct in 2015: commander
THE COURIER/Photo by Brooke Smith

BY BROOKE SMITH Crime took a nosedive in the 110th Precinct last year, the precinct’s commander reported during Thursday night’s 110th Precinct Community Council meeting in Corona. Deputy Inspector Christopher Manson told attendees about an overall 7.5 percent crime reduction. The precinct is most pleased with its reduction in homicide, which decreased from eight in 2014 to one in […]

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Alligator in Flushing Meadows Corona Park finally caught
Photos by Robert Stridiron

See you later, alligator. Less than 24 hours after it was reported that an alligator – dubbed “Jaws” by the 110th Precinct – was seen for a second time at Flushing Meadows Corona Park, the precinct announced on Twitter that the reptile was in custody. The creature was bagged at about 2 p.m. on Tuesday […]

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Police investigate alligator sighting in Flushing Meadows Corona Park
Photo via Twitter/NYPD 110th Precinct

Officers from the 110th Precinct are on the hunt for an alligator after a possible sighting in Flushing Meadows Corona Park on Saturday morning. Reportedly, a jogger spotted the reptile — affectionately dubbed “Jaws” by the 110th Precinct —and called 911. According to Deputy Inspector Christopher Manson, who reported the sighting on Twitter, the alligator is described as 3 1/2 feet long and […]

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Crime rates down for the year in the 110th Precinct
Photo by Anthony Giudice

Crime continues to drop across the 110th Precinct, the force’s commanding officer announced at the Communities of Maspeth and Elmhurst Together (COMET) meeting on Monday night. “We are down 6.2 percent in crime for the year so far,” Deputy Inspector Christopher Manson said. “We have major reductions in robbery, burglary and grand larceny.” The precinct is currently […]

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