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4 charged after firearms, credit card forgery equipment found: NYPD

BEDFORD-STUYVESANT, Brooklyn — Four were arrested Wednesday after police executed a search warrant and found a number of firearms, thousands of blank credit cards and credit card embossing machines.

Officers gathered information that led them to make the bust at 997 Dekalb Ave in Bedford-Stuyvesant Wednesday morning.

They found a number of semi-automatic firearms, a firearm barrel, a revolver and 270 rounds of assorted ammunition.

Along with the firearms, officers found 2,433 blank credit cards, two credit card embossing machines, two credit card readers, three laptops, a Kindle Fire, multiple cell phones and $508.

Joshua Crosland, 51; Kymberlea Durant, 46; Taquia Durant, 18; and Lewis Durant, 48, were arrested in connection with the bust.

Among the charges they face are criminal possession of a controlled substance, criminal possession of a weapon, criminal possession of a forgery device and possession of a forged instrument.

Çrosland also faces the charge of criminal sale of marijuana, and Taquia Durant faces unlawful possession of marijuana, along with a number of the other charges brought against the others involved.