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Deputy Inspector Jason Huerta, Precinct Council President Jack Fried, Sgt. Kevin Zweigbaum, Valerie Loayza, Ana Rivera, Detective Jeffrey Peck, Police Officer Frederick O’Modie, Assistant Chief Diana Pizzuti, and Nicole Piridis.


Crime doesn’t pay, but outstanding law enforcement yields recognition.

The 111th Precinct in Bayside hosted its award ceremony during the monthly precinct council meeting on June 3.

Detective Jeffrey Peck, who led the investigation and arrest of a pair of women who were using a 4-year-old child to rob stores, won the Detective of the Year award. Frederick O’Modie, a veteran of two decades, won Police Officer of the Year and Sgt. Kevin Zweigbaum won the Supervisor of the Year award.

In addition to those honorees, Valerie Loayza won Explorer of the Year, Ana Rivera won Civilian of the Year and Nicole Piridis won Auxiliary of the Year.

Assistant Chief Diana Pizzuti, the commanding officer of Patrol Borough Queens North, was in attendance and congratulated the honorees on a job well done.

 

 

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