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THE COURIER/Photo by Terence M. Cullen
THE COURIER/Photo by Terence M. Cullen
Police officer Frank Calafiore, Deputy Inspector Thomas Pascale, Precinct Council President Frank Dardani and officers of the anti-crime unit at the 106th Precinct Cop of the Month presentation.

Police Officer Frank Calafiore was honored as the 106th Precinct Community Council’s May Cop of the Month.

Calafiore, part of the anti-crime unit, was cited for the April 11 arrest of a suspect and for recovering narcotics and a loaded firearm.

The suspect, 18, followed a woman to her South Ozone Park home and pointed a gun at her, according to Deputy Inspector Thomas Pascale.

Calafiore and other officers from the unit then followed the suspect into a nearby home. Inside, police found five people, Pascale said, and detained them while cops searched the house. A loaded 9-mm. gun and marijuana were recovered. Calafiore then obtained a search warrant and recovered 200 Xanax pills.

 

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