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Forest Hills Woman Arrested After Police Find Multiple Guns in her Home

(NYPD 112th Precinct Twitter)

Dec. 30, 2019 By Allie Griffin

A Forest Hills woman was arrested Friday after police found several guns in her home.

Elizaveta Zlatkis, 31, is in police custody on multiple counts of firearm possession after the NYPD searched her 67th Street home and recovered multiple guns on Dec. 27 at 6 a.m., police said.

According to police, there were two young children in the home.

She was charged with four counts of criminal possession of a weapon, one count of acting in a manner injurious to a child under 17 and eight counts of violating local law.

On Saturday, the 112th Precinct tweeted a photo of its Field Intelligence Officer and Special Operations Unit with several weapons the unit recovered in Forest Hills.

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Johhny Pistolitas

WHAT AN EMBARRASSING BUNCH OF CLOWNS. They are fake guns! What a dog and pony show NYC has become under the liberal progressive socialists…

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Shawn

Except the guns were all fake, toys, used as props! So brave the nypd and DA continue to prosecute the case!

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Matts

Shouldn’t this publication state that most of these guns are fake and the one that is real has been disabled. Can they be held liable?

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ScotV

Great job NYPD!!! You got about 20 of those super dangerous air soft rifles and pistols off the streets. Lives were saved today!!! Just think one of these baby killing devices could have caused minor bruising and lacerations toward an unsuspecting victim. This is what we need more funding for!!!! Back the Blue! . . . even the dumb ones

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Khalid Mohammed

What jail time again?? Gift cards metro cards mets tickets. She wont one day in in the klink nice effort .

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