Appreciation of our Police


November 17, 2020 11:14 am
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Families of the Oceanside and North Woodmere communities showed their appreciation of local law enforcement at the Fourth Precinct in Hewlett, NY, this week.

Officers Gabrielli and Mayrose welcomed the visitors and thanked them for all the “goodies” they brought for the officers of the Fourth Precinct. The children also brought signs with thank you messages for the officers.


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