NY cops: Hidden communal guns more common
The guns appear virtually anywhere, from garbage pails to wheel wells to the bottom of light poles
By PoliceOne Staff
NEW YORK — Police in New York say more criminals are turning to shared "community" guns to commit crimes, according to a New York Times report.
From garbage pails to wheel wells to the bottom of light poles, police said "hiding holes abound" for the shared weapons, which require sophistication to maintain.
The suspect in Crute's shooting is awaiting trial, and the weapon has not yet been found.
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