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Photos courtesy of Facebook/NYPD
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These NYPD members from the 103rd Precinct in Queens who recently busted a man for drug and weapon possession proudly wear Mets apparel from The 7 Line.

The 7 Line, a manufacturer of non-traditional Mets apparel, just got some free publicity courtesy of the New York City Police Department

On its Facebook page this afternoon, the NYPD posted a message describing a recent Queens drug bust, where officers from the 103rd Precinct arrested a man for possession of two loaded guns and crack cocaine.

Along with the crime description, the NYPD also posted a photo of the recovered weapons and drugs, and the NYPD members responsible for the bust decked out in 7 Line gear.

According to the post, on February 1, a sergeant and two officers responded to a call of shots fired. While canvassing the area where the suspects possibly had fled, they saw a man exit a Ferndale Avenue home with a backpack, then return to the same house without the backpack.

They stopped and questioned the man, and recovered the backpack, which contained a loaded .22 caliber semi-automatic handgun, a loaded 9mm semi-automatic handgun and 1.5 ounces of crack cocaine. An additional 179 rounds of ammunition were also found inside the house.

The 26-year-old suspect was charged with criminal possession of a weapon,  criminal possession of a controlled substance and criminal possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell.

 

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