Last updated: November 23. 2013 2:01PM - 377 Views

Members of the Laflin Crime Watch pose with new signs. Drom left, kneeling, are Moyor Dorothy Shea-Yazuelo and Eddie Zebrowski. Standing, Crime Watch chairman Clen Gubitose, former police chief Bob Pinkos, Diane Tucker, Dave Genovese, Ed Zebrowski, Karen Zebrowski and Sandra Falcone.
Members of the Laflin Crime Watch pose with new signs. Drom left, kneeling, are Moyor Dorothy Shea-Yazuelo and Eddie Zebrowski. Standing, Crime Watch chairman Clen Gubitose, former police chief Bob Pinkos, Diane Tucker, Dave Genovese, Ed Zebrowski, Karen Zebrowski and Sandra Falcone.
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The Crime Watch of Laflin recently received signs to post throughout the community.


Glen Gubitose, chairman of the Crime Watch, along with the Police Department, have been promoting safety in the borough of Laflin through Crime Watch for the past five years. Membership continues to grow as community residents attend monthly meetings.


Crime Watch is responsible for holding meetings on safety issues and bring in experts to give safety presentations. Laflin Crime Watch meets the first Monday of each month at 7 p.m. in the Laflin Library. All are welcome to attend. Follow on Twitter (at)LaflinWatch.

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