This Buffalo Bad News story reported by WGRZ actually represents Good News in light of it being 'BAD'.

The 'Bad News' involves alleged criminal activity by 44-year-old Anthony Neasman, who was allegedly in possession of drugs and weaponry that would qualify as causing great potential harm to out Buffalo Community.  However, the 'GOOD NEWS' thwarted the 'Bad' because Neasman's alleged criminal activity has been intercepted thus protecting many in our Community!

Here's a tweet that will give you an idea of what the Bad News looks like.  A  picture of the paraphernalia being gathered up and taken away, along with a picture of the alleged owner of the property in cuffs also being hauled off would be the graphic example of Good News but is unfortunately unavailable.

The Erie County Sheriff's Facebook Page indicates that Neasman was arrested

At approximately 11:30 a.m. on February 18

while already out on 25,000.00 bail from a previous arrest on December 9, 2019, after having been

charged with a felony count of reckless endangerment.

The Facebook pictures posted above are allegedly  from the search of Neasman's home where detectives found the following (as pictured):

approximately 1.5 kilos of cocaine, drug paraphernalia, six loaded handguns, ammunition, an unknown amount of counterfeit bills, and more than $40,000.00 U.S. currency.

The WGRZ News article states that:

• Judge Kenneth Case signed the search warrants

• Members of the DHS’s Homeland Security Investigations and the Buffalo Police Department assisted with the investigation.

DHS's Homeland Security and the Buffalo Police Department assisted the Erie County Sheriff's Department who initiated the raid, according to the WGRZ news article. 

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