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More than $25,000 in cash was also discovered during a drug and weapon bust at a St. Albans residence.

Police found guns, drugs and a bundle of cash while executing a search warrant at a St. Albans home Thursday morning that led to three arrests, authorities said.

The discovery was made while officers from the 113th Precinct were conducting a raid about 7:15 a.m. at a three-story home on Marsden Street near 165th Street.

During the operation, according to police, officers found a Taser stun gun and three loaded firearms, which included two Jennings 9 mm revolvers and a Rohm RG10 .22-caliber revolver. Twenty 9 mm rounds and a 9 mm magazine were also recovered.

Officers also discovered 23 codeine pills, more than $25,000 in cash, a fraudulent credit card and assorted drug paraphernalia, including a large quantity of glassine envelopes, a scale, seven crack pipes and a marijuana cigarette.

Police also spotted what they believed to be cocaine inside two vehicles— a Ford Expedition and a Nissan Maxima — parked in the home’s driveway, authorities said. The NYPD obtained warrants to search both vehicles and, hours later, found within them 545 grams of crack, 221 grams of cocaine and two scales.

The residents taken into custody at the scene were identified as Brian Tindley, 34, Alicia Davis, 35, and Shanique Casey, 18, according to police. Each was booked on charges of criminal possession of a controlled substance.

Tindley was additionally charged with criminal possession of a weapon and criminal use of drug paraphernalia, while Davis was also booked for possession of a forged instrument. Casey faces an additional count of unlawful marijuana possession.

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