Michael Quick, family facing 558 charges in gun trafficking ring

Police Commissioner Bill Bratton and Brooklyn District Attorney

Police Commissioner Bill Bratton and Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson spoke today about the arrests. (April 30, 2014 6:56 PM)

Police say Michael Quick and five members of his family are facing charges for an alleged gun trafficking ring.

Police Commissioner Bill Bratton and Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson spoke today about the arrests. They say "Operation Lucky Seven" was a seven-month undercover sting operation in which 155 guns were sold from Georgia to the Canarsie area of Brooklyn. The guns were sold...

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