Council member Helen Rosenthal gives an award for meritorious service to Deputy Inspector Marlon Larin.

By Anthony Ferrara

Police discussed a shooting at the Douglass Houses and a spate of burglaries in the 24th precinct (which covers 86th to 110th street) at a community council meeting on Wednesday.

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    1. Siddhartha says:

      In the first bullet point, why is ‘might’ in quotation marks?

    2. dannyboy says:

      Condolences to the family, friends and all those who have lost a 19 year old boy prematurely.

      An unmeasurable loss.

    3. Steve says:

      This De Blasio’s NYC. Get used to it. Sad, but true.

    4. Lisa says:

      The post office on 104th street also admits there are several cases of mail fraud in the neighborhood. Letters are being stolen from outside mailboxes and the money orders are altered and cashed. I had to reissue several payments because my mail disappeared from the mailbox RIGHT OUTSIDE THE POST OFFICE. People should be made aware of this…

      • dannyboy says:

        Crime does not pay.

        A person convicted of mail theft faces a fine of up to $250,000 and up to five years in federal prison. Stealing mail is a felony offense in the United States.

    5. Bruce Bernstein says:

      Congratulations Capt. Larin!! Well deserved. the man and the 24th deserve some positive recognition.

      this is an officer who believes in Community Policing and is showing it can work.