2004-01-30 / Community

Police Honor Their Own For Outstanding Work

Police Honor Their Own For Outstanding Work


Police Officer Coats, Captain Piekarski and Police Officer Sides, l to r. Coats and Sides, who are partners, were the Cops of the Month for November, 2003. During that month the officer’s diligence led to the recovery of a stolen vehicle and a stolen firearm; and the prevention of a separate attempted auto theft. They also ran warrant checks that led to arrests of suspects with histories of criminal activity.Police Officer Coats, Captain Piekarski and Police Officer Sides, l to r. Coats and Sides, who are partners, were the Cops of the Month for November, 2003. During that month the officer’s diligence led to the recovery of a stolen vehicle and a stolen firearm; and the prevention of a separate attempted auto theft. They also ran warrant checks that led to arrests of suspects with histories of criminal activity.
Sergeant Dalton, Captain Piekarski, Police Officer Lopez, l to r, and Police Officer Michael Sykora (not present). Dalton, Lopez and Sykora were honored for outstanding police work in 2003 when the made a combined 175 arrests including 15 gun arrests.Sergeant Dalton, Captain Piekarski, Police Officer Lopez, l to r, and Police Officer Michael Sykora (not present). Dalton, Lopez and Sykora were honored for outstanding police work in 2003 when the made a combined 175 arrests including 15 gun arrests.Police Officer Bellico, Captain Piekarski and Lieutenant Marron, l to r. Bellico and Marron received Cop of the Month for October, 2003 for quickly nabbing a suspect who fired gun into a crowd near the Hammels Houses. The suspect, a parolee, is now serving out a five-year sentence.Police Officer Bellico, Captain Piekarski and Lieutenant Marron, l to r. Bellico and Marron received Cop of the Month for October, 2003 for quickly nabbing a suspect who fired gun into a crowd near the Hammels Houses. The suspect, a parolee, is now serving out a five-year sentence.

Captain Piekarski, front row center, with Special Operations Lieutenant Corrado, back row center, and the 100 Precinct’s honorees.Captain Piekarski, front row center, with Special Operations Lieutenant Corrado, back row center, and the 100 Precinct’s honorees.

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