A police raid on Roosevelt Island: a sawed-off rifle, crossbow, samurai sword and ammunition

A police raid on Roosevelt Island: a sawed-off rifle, crossbow, samurai sword and ammunition

A police raid at 425 Main Street, yesterday morning, yielded a sawed-off rifle, crossbow, samurai sword and ammunition.

By David Stone

The Roosevelt Island Daily News

On Thursday, August 12th, NYPD raided an apartment at 425 Main Street as part of an ongoing investigation.

The arrested Danny Hernandez, 30, at the scene.

Confiscated in the Police Raid

  • Loaded .38 caliber Smith & Wesson firearm
  • Sawed-off, defaced Remington rifle
  • Crossbow
  • Blow-dart gun
  • Two daggers
  • Roman Gladius scabbard
  • Metal sai (Japanese blade-like weapon)
  • Katana samurai sword
  • Ammunition
  • Knife

Police arrested Hernandez of multiple counts, including the obvious — weapons possession.

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