Four people were arrested, and guns and thousands of blank credit cards were seized at an apartment in Brooklyn, police say.
A search warrant was executed at a 997 Dekalb Avenue apartment in Bedford-Stuyvesant early Wednesday in a case involving fake bank cards and forgery machines.
Seven handguns, ammunition and weapons parts were taken by police, as was forgery equipment, including 2,433 blank credit cards, two credit card embosser machines, and three credit card skimmers. Laptops, cell phones and cash were also seized, according to police.
Police arrested Joshua Crosland, 51, Kymberlea Durant, 46, Taquia Durant, 18, and Lewis Durant, 48.
All four suspects face weapons charges. Crosland, Kymberlea Durant and Lewis Durant also face charges of criminal possession of a forgery device.
It wasn’t immediately known if the suspects had attorneys.