As in past years, the 102nd Precinct held its annual Night Out Against Crime at the Buddy Memorial in Forest Park, located at Park Lane South and Myrtle Avenue in Richmond Hill.
Children were treated to a bounce house, and all were offered hot dogs, hamburgers, chips and Indian food courtesy of the Sikh Cultural Center. Area officials, civic organizations and other groups were also present at the event.
Rep. Grace Meng (D-Flushing) was among the officials who came to the Night Out to thank the NYPD for its work.
— Domenick Rafter
Officer Jose Severino of 102nd Precinct Community Affairs puts burgers on the fire.
Assemblyman Mike Miller, left, Latchman Budhai, president of the 102nd Precinct Community Council, Deputy Inspector Henry Sautner, the precinct’s commanding officer, Rep. Grace Meng and Assemblyman Mike Simanowitz with a proclamation for the precinct given by Meng.
It’s kid versus canine. A police dog and a Richmond Hill boy enjoy a game of tug of war.
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