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Cops of the month honored at 109th Precinct

Deputy Inspector Brian Maguire (l.-r.), of the 109th Precinct, poses with Police Officer Brian Roby, Sgt. Michael Elderbaum and Chrissy Voskerichian, president of the 109th Precinct Community Council. Photo by Joe Anuta
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Police Officer Brian Roby and Sgt. Michael Elderbaum were given Cops of the Month Awards for collecting surveillance information that led to the arrest of three men in early January and the seizure of two handguns and a substantial amount of heroin, cocaine, crack cocaine and marijuana, according to Deputy Inspector Brian Maguire.

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Flushing Resident from Bowne Park says:
someone from the 109th actually did something besides ride around looking for stop-sign violations? I called 911 last week because a drug deal was going down in front of my house. Gave them the licesnse plate, and description of the two white males in a black car. Called at 551pm, cops came at 720pm. Laziest precinct in the world. A joke.
Feb. 26, 2012, 4:59 pm

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