77th Police Precinct News

This page is dedicated to all matters pertaining to public safety, including newsletters, and public safety announcements passed on to us by the 77th Police Precinct.


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Sunday, July 6,2014 at approximately 2:00 am in front of 959 St. Marks Avenue (Albany Avenue-Kingston Avenue).

Police Officers responded to a call of shots fired. Upon arrival they observed, pursued and arrested a M/B/21 years old in possession of a loaded .45 caliber semi-automatic firearm in front of 959 St Marks Avenue .

Subsequent to the arrest a bicycle was thrown down from the fifth floor balcony of 959 St. Marks Avenue, striking four (4) officers who where there to assist in the arrest.

The officers were taken to Kings County Hospital via EMS for treatment of multiple serious injuries.

Consequently several arrest were affected at 959 St. Marks Avenue. Including the arrest of the individual responsible for throwing the bike at the Officers. 

Thank you for your prayers & support! 


On Friday, 06/13/2014 within 1333 Prospect Place, the New York City Police Department’s Narcotics Division

executed a search warrant that resulted in three(3) arrest, and the seizure of two (2) firearms and eight (8) ounces of marijuana .

In addition, on 06/24/2014, within 1342 Saint Johns Place, the Narcotics Division executed a search warrant that resulted two (2) arrest, and the seizure of (3) firearms, 3.5 ounces of marijuana, and a sum of U.S. currency.

The occupants of the aforementioned locations were responsible for daily, illegal drug activity affecting the
quality of life for Crown Heights community residents.

The Police continually need your help in keeping your neighborhood safe from gun violence, and free of drug
dealers.

For drug related issues call the Mayor’s Drug Hotline at 888-374-DRUG (3784)

If you have information about past crimes call 1-800-577-TIPS

For crimes in progress call 911

All calls will be kept confidential and you need not give your name.


The 77th Precinct would like to notify you about a recent shooting that occurred within the confines of the 77th Precinct. The details are as follows:

Sunday, May 18, 2014 in front of 837 Park Place (Nostrand Ave- New York Ave) at approximately 6:24am.

Victim- Male, Black,34 years old was shot once in the left leg and removed to Kings County Hospital via EMS for treatment of his injury.

Perpetrator- Unknown, fled the location in an unknown direction.

THIS CASE IS CURRENTLY UNDER INVESTIGATION WITH THE 77TH PRECINCT DETECTIVE SQUAD. ANY INFORMATION THAT CAN LEAD TO THE ARREST OF THE PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SHOOTING. PLEASE CONTACT THE 77TH PRECINCT DETECTIVE SQUAD 718-735-0662, COMMUNITY AFFAIRS 718-735-0634, OR THE CRIME STOPPERS PROGRAM 1800-577-TIPS( OFFERS A REWARD UP TO $2000 FOR ANONYMOUS INFORMATION THAT CAN LEAD TO THE ARREST AND INDICTMENT OF A VIOLENT FELON).

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT & COOPERATION! 


Community Notification: Search Warrant Executed

On Thursday, May 8th, 2014 the New York City Police Department’s Narcotics Division executed an emergency Search Warrant at 1263 Lincoln Place in apartment 3L. This warrant yielded four (4) arrests, and the seizure of one (1) pound of marijuana, and a loaded .45 caliber firearm. Those arrested were responsible for illegal drug activities that negatively affect the quality of life for 77th Precinct community residents. The Police Department needs your help in keeping your neighborhood safe and free of drug dealers.

  • For drug related issues, call the Mayor’s Drug Hotline at 1-888-347-DRUG ( 3784 ).
  • If you have information about past crimes, call 1-800-577-TIPS ( 8477 ).
  • For crimes in progress, call 911.

All calls will be kept confidential.


May 2014 Newsletter

Public Service Announcement: Share The Road

April 2014 Newsletter


 

In addition, we partner with the 77th precinct to keep the community abreast of those listed on the sex offenders registry within the community and wanted for criminal activity.

Wanted: Darnel Thomas