Peter Colli gave a presentation to the Parkdale Civic Association in North Babylon on September 11, 2023. He did a great job speaking about our organization and answering questions from the audience. He gave out brochures and applications. Also present were Mary Colli and Debbie Grayer.

Dear Alumni Members,

Here are the major August 2023 statistics for the 1st Precinct which held its meeting on September 7, 2023:

330 arrests of which a handful involved guns, 2,538 arrests this year;

1 commercial burglary;

5 residential burglaries;

16 stolen cars, with 6 in Lindenhurst;

6 robberies;

3 shootings; and

243 car crashes, 46 with injuries.

Inspector Brendan Forte, the 1st Precinct Commanding Officer, again asked the community to email tips to the precinct at russellaue@suffolkcountyny.gov or nicholasschieda@suffolkcountyny.gov .  The sender may remain anonymous.  The tips should include specifics.

On August 12, 2023 there was a gang related stabbing at a 7-11 store on Oak Street in Copiague.

There were two notable 1st Precinct police actions during the month.  On August 17, 2023 officers helped deliver a baby, using a shoelace to tie the umbilical cord.  On August 23, 2023 officers interrupted a catalytic converter theft in progress.  When the individuals were arrested, seven more converters were in the vehicle’s trunk.

The Amity Harbor Civic Association hosted the meeting.  Residents were told to discuss any concerns with the dozen officers at the event.

The next meeting will be on October 5, 2023.  The location and time will be announced later.  All residents are welcome.

Respectfully,

Justin Cooper

1st Precinct Coordinator

In attendance representing SCCPAAA was Lou Giudice.

July 2023 673 crimes (an increase from 603 July 2022) included:

  • 0 Homicide
  • 11 Aggravated Assaults
  • 5 Burglaries (2 Residential, 3 Commercial)
  • 7 Robberies
  • 12 Grand Larcenies Auto
  • 4 Trigger Pulls – 2 Victims shot (out of 5 recorded gun crimes)
  • compared to July 2022, when we had 2 Trigger Pulls (0 Victims Shot) out of (6 recorded gun crimes)

There were 254 arrests on 314 charges in July including:

  • 4 Assaults
  • 3 Burglary
  • 62 Drugs
  • 3 Robberies

July had 27 drug overdoses with 0 fatalities.

July had 609 motor vehicle crashes compared to July 2022 with 522 crashes.

  • 0 fatalities
  • 86 with injuries
  • 89 leaving the scene
  • 9 DWI related

There were 27 arrests for DWI with 43 charges.

Officers wrote 2566 tickets.

The next 6th Precinct Community Meeting will be held Tuesday September 12th at 7PM at the precinct.(edit)

Dear Alumni Members,

Here are the major July 2023 statistics for the 1st Precinct which held its meeting on August 3, 2023:

1539 arrests this year;

0 commercial burglaries;

1 residential burglary;

15 stolen cars;

1 robbery;

230 car crashes with no fatalities, but 45 injuries;

28 assaults;

3 arson cases; and

54 controlled substance arrests.

Inspector Brendan Forte, the 1st Precinct Commanding Officer, made the presentation.  He said there were 172 catalytic converter thefts.  If you see anyone under a car, especially between 2 am and 7 am, call 911. 

Peter Colli gave a presentation about the Civilian Police Academy in an attempt to recruit new members.

The next meeting will be September 7, 2023.  The location and time will be announced later.  All residents are welcome.

Respectfully,

Justin Cooper and Peter Colli

1st Precinct Coordinators