Wagswoofs – While working in a serene neighborhood in Queens, a contractor stumbled upon a startling revelation. The Queens DA revealed that the contractor discovered a stash of weapons and millions of dollars worth of drugs, including the lethal fentanyl, in an abandoned house. This discovery has sent shockwaves through the community and highlights the ever-increasing drug epidemic plaguing our society.
Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz revealed that a contractor made a shocking discovery of a $10 Million drug ring in the peaceful neighborhood of Bellrose in Queens borough. The drug ring was operating out of a house where deadly opioids like fentanyl, heroin, and cocaine were found. The authorities also seized several handguns and hundreds of rounds of ammunition.
According to Katz, the discovery of millions of dollars worth of lethal narcotics and deadly weapons is a significant victory for the safety of families, friends, and neighborhoods. Although the number of potential lives saved cannot be accurately calculated, it is clear that this massive seizure has made a significant impact in keeping drugs and guns off the streets. Katz emphasizes the importance of continuing the fight against deadly trafficking and promises to prosecute anyone involved.
A contractor made a shocking discovery on May 30th, upon arriving at an abandoned house located at 249-27 88th Road, following the property’s recent sale. Upon entering the house, the contractor stumbled upon an astounding 1.5 million glassine envelopes, which contained either heroin or a mixture of heroin and fentanyl. Additionally, the contractor found numerous firearms and ammunition scattered throughout the house.
The police investigation was initiated by the contractor, following the defendant’s suspicious behavior. According to Katz, the defendant was seen running in and out of the property, carrying two coolers. The prosecutor revealed that the coolers contained around 15 kilograms of narcotics.
On the following day, law enforcement officials carried out a search warrant that had been authorized by the court, which led to the discovery of the following items:
Roughly $10 million worth of heroin or heroin mixed with fentanyl were found in about 1.5 million glassine envelopes.
Approximately $500,000 worth of cocaine, heroin, and fentanyl weighing eight kilos were seized.
One of the items found was a plastic bag containing a combination of heroin, fentanyl, cocaine, and tramadol, an opioid pain medication.
There are numerous empty glassine envelopes in abundance;
Narcotics traffickers frequently employ three-kilo presses to pack significant amounts of drugs.
During the production and packaging of illicit drugs, two respiratory masks were utilized.
There are a couple of electronic scales available.
Five P80 9mm semiautomatic pistols that have been modified to function as ghost guns were found.
A semiautomatic pistol of the 9 mm Derringer variety was found loaded.
The individual possessed a loaded .38-caliber revolver.
A single Glock 17 9 mm semiautomatic pistol was found to be loaded.
A Sig Sauer 9 mm pistol that was loaded.
A Derringer semiautomatic pistol chambered in .38 caliber was found.
A Smith and Wesson 9 mm semiautomatic pistol that is fully loaded.
A .40-caliber semiautomatic pistol that was loaded.
The authorities seized five full ghost gun kits, which included frames that were left unfinished and had not yet been converted into functional firearms.
The individual has 25 ammunition feeding devices with high capacity.
There were more than 200 rounds of various types of ammunition discovered, including 9mm, .40 caliber, and .38 caliber.
A Dremel drill, which can be held in the hand, is commonly used for the manufacturing and assembly of ghost guns.
A digital video recorder, commonly known as DVR, is a device used for recording and storing video content.
Four mobile phones;
Victor Rodriguez was associated with two parking summonses linked to a Blue Infiniti SUV.
Victor Rodriguez of Jamaica Queens has been charged with a 112-count indictment, including operating as a major trafficker, conspiracy in the second and fourth degrees, criminal possession of a controlled substance, criminally using drug paraphernalia, burglary, criminal possession of a weapon, aggravated criminal possession of a weapon, and unlawful possession of pistol ammunition. The charges also include various counts of criminal possession of a weapon in the first, second, third, and fourth degrees, as well as attempted criminal possession of a firearm. Prosecutors have accused Rodriguez of manufacturing, transporting, disposing, and defacing weapons and dangerous instruments and appliances.
Queens Supreme Court Justice Toni Cimino has set a court date of November 6 for Rodriguez, who could face 25 years to life in prison if convicted.
“The NYPD and our law enforcement partners are fully committed to eradicating illegal drugs and the people behind them, who endanger the lives of New Yorkers. We prioritize upholding public safety by holding accountable those who exhibit the depravity of selling these deadly poisons on our streets. I commend and express my gratitude to the officers of the 105th Precinct and our Intelligence Bureau, as well as all those involved in the Queens District Attorney’s office for their unwavering dedication to this significant case,” stated NYPD Commissioner Edward A. Caban.
When it comes to criminal charges, it is important to remember that any complaints or indictments are merely accusations. It is crucial to keep in mind that a defendant is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
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