North Carolina: Police seize real gun disguised as Nerf toy during drug raid | US News

The US police, who are carrying out a drug attack, have discovered a semi-automatic pistol disguised as a toy Nerf gun.

The Glock pistol had a 50-round magazine, was painted blue and orange, and had a Nerf logo that resembled the toys Hasbro made that were used to fire foam arrows or balls.

The discovery was made during a drug robbery in North Carolina. Image: Catawba County Sheriff’s Office

The Catawba County Sheriff’s Office in North Carolina said in a Facebook post that guns are often confiscated in drug robberies. “Guns of this type are not illegal to possess, but are worrying.”

In addition to the pistol, the officers found around 20 other weapons, cocaine, illegal mushrooms, marijuana and $ 2,300 in cash during the house search in Catawba.

Damien Alonzo Burch, 35, has been charged with possession of cocaine, mushrooms and “marijuana possession offenses”. He was released on bail.

A spokesman for the sheriff’s office said: “Another achievement that comes from our stunning teams working together in the area.

“Our agencies pooling their resources enable greater impact.”

Guns were confiscated during a drug attack
About 20 firearms were recovered from the operation. Image: Catawba County Sheriff’s Office

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