The incident happened on Saturday, May 6 just after 5 p.m., when police were attempting to aid a disabled vehicle in Greenburgh at the intersection of Mountain Road and Blueberry Hill Road and recovered two loaded semi-automatic pistols, according to Greenburgh Police Captain Frank Farina.
One of these firearms had been loaded with ammunition in a large-capacity magazine.
After the recovery of the pistols, the vehicle was impounded, and the driver, Timothy Taylor-Price of Greenville, North Carolina, was arrested and taken to police headquarters.
A complete inventory of the impounded vehicle resulted in the discovery of more large-capacity magazines, three semi-automatic pistols, and an additional firearm, according to Farina.
Taylor-Price was charged with second-degree criminal possession of a weapon.
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