Five individuals were charged with criminal possession of a weapon in Mineola after one of the defendants pointed it at a 23-year-old male on Thursday, Oct. 27, police said.
Police were called to an incident where the victim said Darryl Walker, 27, of Amityville, pointed the weapon at him from inside a silver Acura MDX on Jericho Turnpike near the intersection of Willis Avenue, officials said.
Walker was traveling southbound on Holly Avenue near the intersection of Front Street before the car was stopped and four adults and a female juvenile were detained, police said.
The three other adults in addition to Walker include Inaya Rabsatt, 22, of Uniondale, Lamel Robinson, 29, of Copiague and Alexis Clark, 25, of Buffalo.
Walker is charged with criminal possession of a weapon of the second degree, criminal use of a firearm of the second-degree criminal possession of a firearm and menacing of the second degree.
Rabsatt, Robinson, Clark and the 16-year-old juvenile were all charged with criminal possession of a weapon of the third degree and criminal possession of a firearm.