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Guns confiscated, 2 in custody in Bronx crackdown
NEW YORK (WABC) -- A half dozen illegal weapons are off the streets and two people are in custody Tuesday after a gun crackdown in the Bronx.
Police from the 47th Precinct executed a search warrant at a home on East 220th Street in the Olinville section Monday night.
They confiscated six stolen guns and numerous rounds of ammunition.
Police say 45-year-old David Saunders and 37-year-old Olympia Striplin were arrested and are charged with weapons possession.
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