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Food, fun and face painting found at 108th Precinct event

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Kvle Diehl (l) and her younger sister Miles pretend they are cats. Photo by Yinghao Luo
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Lieutenant Kevin Brunner (second l.) and 108th Precinct Commanding Officer Captain Donald Powers (second r.) are joined by community affairs officers. Photo by Yinghao Luo
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Sgt. Avx McNeil holds his son Mathias. Photo by Yinghao Luo
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Su-Ying Bouchot enjoys an inflatable slide. Photo by Yinghao Luo

The 108th Precinct held their annual Night Out Against Crime at the John Andrews Playground in Long Island City Aug. 4.

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