D.A.: Man had AK-47, ammo, crack cocaine, weed and $28Okay stashed in Graniteville home

STATEN ICELAND, NY – Authorities allege a probation officer discovered a stash of guns, ammunition, drugs and cash in a Graniteville home.

Patrick Sims, 41, was arrested after a probation officer allegedly found $ 28,000 in currency and a cache of illegal items in the suspect’s bedroom at his Fieldstone Road home on the night of March 8, according to a criminal complaint.

Authorities recovered an AK-47 assault rifle with three high-capacity magazines, including a clip loaded with 27 bullets. According to the criminal complaint, a semi-automatic Ruger P-90 pistol with an illegible serial number was also allegedly confiscated.

According to the criminal complaint, other seized ammunition included 25 12-gauge shotgun cartridges, a high-performance magazine loaded with seven bullets with a caliber of 0.40 and a high-performance clip with a caliber of 45 with seven cartridges.

The criminal complaint alleges that authorities discovered an eighth ounce of cracked cocaine, two glasses filled with marijuana, and a scale with residue from cracked cocaine.

According to a criminal complaint, Sims was convicted of first degree assault in the Manhattan Supreme Court in June 2005.

The suspect was charged with criminal possession of a gun, criminal possession of an assault weapon, criminal possession of a narcotic drug, criminal possession of controlled substance, criminal possession of marijuana, criminal use of drug paraphernalia, criminal use of drug paraphernalia. unlawful possession of pistol or revolver ammunition, unlawful possession of ammunition feeders, unlawful possession of rifle or shotgun ammunition according to a criminal complaint.

According to public records, the bond for Sims due to appear in criminal court on May 17 has been set at $ 100,000.

A lawyer for the suspect did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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