As many know Deputy Inspector Michael Cody of the 104th Precinct has been reassigned to the 115th Pct. in Jackson Heights after serving just a year and a half at the 104th. It has to be said that DI Cody quickly grasped the problems in the 104th Precinct and worked well with its residents. He is a neighborhood cop who understands that it's the local volunteer groups that have their fingers on the pulse of the key issues within the community. DI Cody was always available and responded quickly to any problems that developed in the 104th. We wish him the best of luck and the 115th Precinct is lucky to have him as their new commanding officer. DI Cody is being replaced by Captain Christopher Manson, formerly the Executive Officer of the 114th Precinct in Astoria. We welcome Capt. Manson and wish him well as he takes over the helm of the 104th Precinct.
Originally published in the March 2013 Juniper Berry Magazine
Deputy Inspector Cody Transferred to 115th Precinct
DI Cody was presented an honorary street sign from 104th Pct. staff.
March 2013 Table of Contents
- Grading our local elected officials
- "The Fight"
- Gourmet Bazaar: 13th Anniversary of Simple Pleasures
- Letters to the Editor
- Our Lady of Hope School 50th Anniversary
- Divided We Fall
- AMAZING STORIES: A Pretty Girl Seeks Death
- INNOCENCE LOST
- The New York Connecting Railroad
- Neighborhood History: 1950s Resurrection Ascension School Sports
- Killy's Korner
- New Business Spotlight: Lifestyle Barber Shop
- Grace Goes to Washington
- Cost of Living in Queens
- The Newtown Creek
- AMAZING STORIES: Another Slain Man is Found in Queens
- AMAZING STORIES: Three Bodies Found
- Interview: Eric Ritter
- AMAZING STORIES: A Shocking Suicide as Unknown Woman Cuts Her Throat at Maspeth
- Blizzard of 1888
- AMAZING STORIES: Shocking Catastrophe ‒ Five Children Smothered to Death in Newtown
- AMAZING STORIES: It Was Not a Ghost, But a Ventriloquist That Shrieked at Midnight in the Lutheran Cemetery.
- AMAZING STORIES: Father Is Held and Confesses to Newborn's Killing
- Imminent Health and Safety Hazard in Middle Village
- Berry Health: Spring Allergy
- NYC Tree Abuse
- YOUNGER VOICES: The world needs more like him
- Old Volunteer Fire Companies of Maspeth
- Carl Berner and the Circle of Life
- Building Scaffolding ‒ The Good, Bad & Ugly
- A BIG THANK YOU TO LOCAL BUSINESSES
- Strange Accident in Glendale
- Metro Ave. Muni Meters Cheat parkers
- Deputy Inspector Cody Transferred to 115th Precinct
- Middle Village Residents donate $ to Hurricane Sandy Relief
- Dog owners still disregard regulations in Juniper Valley Park
- Gimme Shelter on 80th Street
The Juniper Berry magazine, first published in 1938 is an all-volunteer effort containing articles on crime prevention, neighborhood issues, meeting reports and notices, neighborhood history and photographs, guest articles, editorials and more.
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