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Deputy Inspector Brian Maguire addresses the crowd at the 109th Precinct Community Council meeting.

Chrissy Voskerichian, president of the 109th Precinct Community Council, and the members of the board recently welcomed back community members to their September meeting to discuss future events and crime statistics around Flushing.

Upcoming events include a Halloween festival at Bowne Park, a Thanksgiving meal with the officers and a holiday get-together at the Marco Hotel.

Other future events include a defensive driving class, a CPR certification class through the Red Cross and a trip to the 9/11 Memorial, all dates to be determined.

Assemblymember Grace Meng and Councilmembers Peter Koo and Dan Halloran also spoke about the importance of being vigilant in the community.

Deputy Inspector Brian Maguire reported that there were no murders in the 109th Precinct within the prior month, two rape cases and 18 robberies. Maguire went further to highlight a wanted black male — 6’4” tall, in his 20s, with tattoos around his hand and neck — known for stealing iPhones. The man allegedly stops people with a story about a lost sister in order to pilfer the phone

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