100 PCT Celebrates National Night OutAgainst Crime
The 100 Precinct Community Council led by President Danny Ruscillo (far left) awarded the 100 Precinct and Transit District 23 police for outstanding police work at National Night Out Against Crime on Tuesday. From left to right, 100 Precinct Deputy Inspector Scott Olexa, Officer Ismael Remigio, Sgt. Brad Beamer, Officer Li Wang and Officer Michele Coa, Auxiliary Police Officer Monica Moore and Transit District 23 Officers Joseph Zarrillo and Mikaela Rasandiharisoa with Transit 23 Captain Michael Telfer.
Stan’s Pepper Steppers wowed the crowd with their Double Dutch skills.
The American Museum of National History had a mobile dinosaur museum available to everyone for free until 7p.m.
Elvis even made an appearance.
Alive-N-Kickin’ provided music from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. to close out the night.
From left to right: 100 Precinct Community Council President Danny Ruscillo, Assemblyman Phillip Goldfeder, Deputy Inspector Scott Olexa and Councilmember Eric Ulrich. Goldfeder presented Olexa with a proclamation for his recent appointment from captain to deputy inspector.
Kids were treated to rides, face painting and free popcorn.
Kids try on a U.S. Marshals vest and helmet during National Night Out against Crime 2012.
Various law enforcement agencies such as the F.B.I were on hand to provide free information regarding law enforcement careers.