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Police said two Queens teens who evaded a MetroCard fare were then found with a gun and charged with criminal possession of weapon.

Two teens caught trying to pass through a Jamaica subway turnstile with one MetroCard swipe were then arrested for illegally possessing a gun.

Officers Brian Chiang and John Cammarata of the 103rd Precinct observed Bo Bannister, 16, and Daquan Monroe, 17, attempting to evade the fare around 12:45 p.m. Tuesday at the Jamaica Center-Parsons/Archer Avenue station, said police.

After arresting the teens, the officers recovered a Bryco Jennings 9MM handgun and a loaded magazine from them.

Bannister and Monroe have both been charged with criminal possession of a weapon and theft of service, said police.

 

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