Saturday, April 14, 2012

NYPD find drugs, guns in Brooklyn home

Armed with a search warrant, the NYPD went to a house in Dyker Heights, Brooklym, on Thursday as part if a long-term narcotics investigation and found a cache of weapons and a pile of drugs.

Officers found cocaine, marijuana, prescription pills, a police scanner, eight firearms, two pellet guns, cash, and about 600 rounds of ammunition, the NYPD said.

The home is near a school and a church, police said.

Cops arrested Michael DePietro, 46, and charged him with criminal possession of a weapon, criminal possession of controlled substance, and criminal possession of marijuana.

The NYPD said these were the guns in the home:
Beretta 9mm (loaded) Smith & Wesson 40 cal. (loaded) .22 cal. handgun Phoenix Arms .22 cal. long rifle (loaded) Marlin 30-30 rifle Savage Arms .22 cal. rifle Marlin firearms 12 gauge shotgun .410 bore shotgun

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