2012-10-26 / Community

100 Precinct Names Cops Of The Month



Police Officer Ariana Esteban of the 100 Precinct received the Cop of the Month award for September at the monthly 100 Precinct Community Council meeting. On Sept. 5, Esteban and Sgt. George Schwille stopped two males in possession of a high-powered hand-gun. They pursued the males and captured both of them. Schwille was also awarded Cop of the Month for the same arrest, however, he was not present at the meeting. Pictured from left to right: Danny Ruscillo, president of the 100 Precinct Community Council; Police Officer Ariana Esteban; Scott Olexa, Deputy Inspector and Precinct CO. Police Officer Ariana Esteban of the 100 Precinct received the Cop of the Month award for September at the monthly 100 Precinct Community Council meeting. On Sept. 5, Esteban and Sgt. George Schwille stopped two males in possession of a high-powered hand-gun. They pursued the males and captured both of them. Schwille was also awarded Cop of the Month for the same arrest, however, he was not present at the meeting. Pictured from left to right: Danny Ruscillo, president of the 100 Precinct Community Council; Police Officer Ariana Esteban; Scott Olexa, Deputy Inspector and Precinct CO.

Retired Detective Dominic Andreno received an award for years of service at the monthly 100 Precinct Community Council meeting at Knights of Columbus Hall in Rockaway Beach on Wednesday. He served 28 years in the force and made over 100 arrests. He solved a number of homicides but usually dealt with property crimes including money. He praised the rest of the team he worked with at 100 Precinct and said, “I’ll come back here anytime.”ProudlyPictured,Presentsfrom left to right: Danny Ruscillo, president of the 100 Precinct Community Council; Retired Detective Dominic Andreno; Scott Olexa, Deputy Inspector and Precinct CO. Retired Detective Dominic Andreno received an award for years of service at the monthly 100 Precinct Community Council meeting at Knights of Columbus Hall in Rockaway Beach on Wednesday. He served 28 years in the force and made over 100 arrests. He solved a number of homicides but usually dealt with property crimes including money. He praised the rest of the team he worked with at 100 Precinct and said, “I’ll come back here anytime.”ProudlyPictured,Presentsfrom left to right: Danny Ruscillo, president of the 100 Precinct Community Council; Retired Detective Dominic Andreno; Scott Olexa, Deputy Inspector and Precinct CO.

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