Police seize real gun disguised as Nerf toy in North Carolina drug raid

Police in North Carolina found a real gun disguised as a Nerf toy while conducting a drug raid in Catawba County, north of Charlotte, esta semana.

The Glock 19 pistol, along with a 50-round drum magazine, had been painted blue and orange and labeled with the Nerf logo to look like a toy, the Catawba County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release on Facebook.
Police said they seized 20 armas.

The firearm was among 20 pistolas — pistols, rifles and shotgunsthat investigators found during the home search Wednesday, along with cocaine, psilocybin mushrooms and marijuana. Police also seized about $ 2,300 en efectivo.
      Firearms of this type, while not illegal to possess, are concerning to law enforcement,” el comunicado dijo. “Armas de fuego, in general, are commonly seized in conjunction with searches where felony amounts of narcotics are present.
        Damien Alonzo Burch, 35, was arrested and charged with felonious possession of cocaine, felonious possession of mushrooms and misdemeanor possession of marijuana, el comunicado dijo. He had a first appearance in Catawba County District Court on Thursday. CNN is trying to reach him or an attorney representing him for comment.




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