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After entering her Queens home without permission, Alfredo Bonilla allegedly put a gun in his girlfriend's mouth, cutting her.

Police are looking for a man wanted for assaulting his girlfriend with a gun at her southwest Queens home.

On July 15 Alfredo Bonilla allegedly entered his girlfriend’s residence without permission and they got into an argument. Bonilla put a gun in her mouth, cutting her, said police. He stopped short of pulling the trigger and his girlfriend later called the authorities.

Bonilla, 42, is described as Hispanic, five feet four inches tall, about 140 pounds, and has black hair and brown eyes.

Cops say Bonilla is armed and dangerous and usually hangs out in Ridgewood and Williamsburg, Brooklyn. His last known address is 369 Howard Avenue in Brooklyn.

 

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