Christopher McPhaul, of Bushwick, accused of selling firearms to undercover police in Brooklyn

A Bushwick resident is accused of illegally selling 30 firearms to an undercover police officer in Brooklyn on 10 separate occasions between April and September.

Kings County District Attorney Charles Hynes says 43-year-old Christopher McPhaul routinely traveled to North Carolina to get his supply of guns and would offer delivery service of rifles, revolvers and pistols in exchange of cash.

Kings County District Attorney Charles Hynes says 43-year-old Christopher McPhaul routinely traveled to North Carolina to get his supply of guns and would offer delivery service of rifles, revolvers and pistols in exchange of cash. (10/16/13)

BROOKLYN - A Bushwick resident is accused of illegally selling 30 firearms to an undercover police officer in Brooklyn on 10 separate occasions between April and September.

Kings County District Attorney Charles Hynes says 43-year-old Christopher McPhaul routinely traveled to North Carolina to get his supply of guns and would offer delivery service of rifles, revolvers and pistols in exchange of cash.

He faces more than 100 charges including first-degree criminal sale of a firearm.

If convicted on that top charge, McPhaul could face 50 years in prison.

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