Police in Riverhead said Nicholas Kieltyka, of Kings Park, was arrested Saturday after he was spotted removing and concealing ammunition at a Walmart on Route 88.
You could call it gun control without legislation. Local governments that buy handguns for their police departments are asking, as customers, for a change in the way that gun makers do business.
Police in Woodbridge, New Jersey said a teenager was under arrest Friday following an alleged threat, and weapons were uncovered in his home.
The principal at Rye Middle School was informed that a student brought a gun on campus in a backpack, the Rye City School District superintendent confirmed.
Transportation Security Administration officers made quite a discovery inside two checked bags at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
Despite strong pushes for gun control at the state level in recent years, firearms and supplies ranked as the most popular items purchased on eBay in New York State in a new survey.
Information from a man who had been stopped for allegedly riding an all-terrain vehicle on the sidewalk led police to a locker full of ATVs, dirt bikes and loaded guns – and a separate stash of heroin and cash – in Brooklyn this week.
A teacher was arrested Wednesday for allegedly bringing an air rifle and a fake gun to school in Brooklyn.
Police confiscated a stash of drugs, guns and cash in a bust this week in Sunnyside, Queens.
Life Sciences Secondary School was locked down for about two hours Tuesday while police investigated the incident.
The city has pushed back against Park Enforcement Patrol officers who are asking for guns, saying it is not necessary.
There is no denying it. In a suburban neighborhood in Midwood at least one criminal tried to sell a loaded 9-millimeter to undercover police officers while residents went about their day unaware.
People lined up an hour ahead of time Saturday at a gun buyback event in Uniondale, Long Island.
The three are charged with conspiring to violate the Arms Export Control Act and unlicensed firearms dealing, U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch said.
A pair of gunrunners smuggled firearms into New York City by hiding them in luggage they carried on discount buses offering cheap fares and lesser odds of getting caught, authorities said Monday.