SOUTH JAMAICA — New York’s Finest took a mini arsenal off city streets last week when executing a search warrant at a South Jamaica home, police said.
While searching the home on 133rd Avenue Jan. 15, members of the Queens Narcotics Unit and the 73rd Precinct found an AK-47, two handguns, 399 rounds of ammunition, a bullet-proof vest and an ammunition drum capable of holding 75 rounds as well as marijuana, according to the NYPD.
Leroy Lyking, Deborah Lyking, Deja Taitt, Dawn Taitt and Troy Taitt were arrested and charged with criminal possession of a machine gun, loaded firearm, assault rifle, ammo clip, marijuana and criminal use of drug paraphernalia, police said.
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