NYPD shows photos of a knife with three blades, recovered from a domestic dispute in a brutal Wolverine post
& # 39; We have not arrested Wolverine! & # 39; Police grabs tri-bladed weapon that resembles the metal claws of the X-Men character during the Bronx raid, in which also drugs, guns and a machete were found
The NYPD assured the public that they had not arrested a member of the X-Men after retrieving a tri-leaf & # 39; claw & # 39; in Wolverine style during an attack on an apartment in New York.
The police with the 52nd Precinct responded on Saturday at 5.30 p.m. to an apartment in the 3100 block of Villa Avenue in the Bronx to execute a search warrant at the residence.
They arrested 41-year-old Anthony Ditta and 37-year-old Yelitza Garcia, a NYPD detective said in a statement to DailyMail.com.
Police officers also grabbed countless weapons – including the unusual three-blade claw – as well as drugs, money, and paraphernalia.
The police with the 52nd Precinct shared photos of the items found in the Bronx residence during the Saturday attack
Let's start with the obvious, & # 39; said NYPD News on Twitter. & # 39; We have not arrested Wolverine & # 39;
Two guns and bullets were also found on the scene.
Ditta was accused of criminal possession of a weapon, reckless threat, assault, and illegal possession of marijuana.
Garcia was detained on charges of criminal possession of a weapon and assault.
& # 39; Let's start with the obvious & # 39 ;, NYPD News said about it twitter about the arrest. & # 39; We have not arrested Wolverine. & # 39;
& # 39; Everyday courageous officers answer the call, not knowing what awaits them, & # 39; added the terrain twitter.
Officers arrested 41-year-old Anthony Ditta (photo) on the spot
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