THE MAN who kept a cache of global Warfare II-generation guns in his Brooklyn home has been busted for guns and drug possession, police officers said.
Riccardo Rodriguez, 39, who lives within the home on Avenue Z in Gravesend, was hit with 13 guns-similar fees, one unlawful fireworks ownership rate, two drug possession fees and a violation of native regulation misdemeanor rate in connection with the Wednesday discovery, police stated.
acting on a tip, police completed a search warrant at the 900-sq.-foot detached home and located the decades-vintage firearms, fireworks and an item that resembled a grenade on Wednesday, police stated.
the discovery of the grenade-like device at 7:10 a.m. induced government to convey within the NYPD’s Bomb Squad Unit to investigate, in keeping with resources. the department’s Emergency Services And Products Unit additionally spoke back.
The pieces found had been deemed secure simply after 9 a.m., authorities said.
Marijuana, in addition as different unspecified drugs, were discovered within the home, police said.