Stolen 9mm Recovered During Queens Search Warrant

(L-R) PO Berrios, PO Gonzalez, PO Cahill, Sgt. Muir, PO Sutherland, Det. Cox

“I am extremely proud of the dedicated work of these officers. Numerous firearm arrests have been effected this year due to our precision policing,” said Captain Brian Bohannon the commanding officer of the 106 Precinct.

Police officers in Ozone Park, Queens conducted a search warrant and recovered more than seven grams of crack cocaine and a stolen handgun. On Thursday, March 16, as the result of an ongoing investigation members of the 106 Precinct with the assistance of the Emergency Services Unit (ESU) arrested two men and recovered a quantity of illegal drugs. Information developed by the command’s Field Intelligence Officers (FIO) resulted in an early morning search warrant at 100-18 93 Avenue. Police officers seized crack cocaine, marijuana, drug packaging material, scales, and a loaded 9 mm handgun that had been reported stolen.

Arrested: Male 31 and Male 35

Charges Included: Criminal Possession of a Weapon and Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance