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A man sleeping on a Brooklyn subway train with a “Dirty Harry”-sized .357 Magnum Colt Python tucked in his waistband was arrested, police said.
A straphanger spotted Tristan Todd, 30, sleeping soundly on a No. 4 train, the gun allegedly sticking out of his waistband, about 3:30 a.m. on Saturday and called 911.
Cops responded and woke Todd up at the New Lots Ave. station in East New York and arrested him for weapon possession and possession of stolen property.
Investigators determined the unloaded gun had been reported stolen in Las Vegas, officials said.
A man found sleeping on a Brooklyn train with a “Dirty Harry” sized .357 caliber Magnum Colt Python tucked comfortably in his waistband early Saturday was arrested after a concerned train commuter saw the gun and called the cops.(NYPD/DCPI)
Todd has been arrested more than a dozen times over the years, mostly for drug and weapons possession, sources with knowledge said.
This article first appeared on www.nydailynews.com
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