BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — The Erie County Sheriff's Office says loaded guns, cocaine, crack, counterfeit cash, and more than $40,000 were found after police raided the home of a Buffalo man. 44-year-old Anthony Neasman is facing a slew of charges, including criminal possession of narcotics, criminal possession of a loaded firearm and criminal possession of stolen property - firearm.
Police say they stopped a car Neasman was driving on Tuesday, February 18th on Madison Street in the City of Buffalo. They found drugs in the car, and the discovery led them to search Neasman's nearby home. During the search of the Madison Street home, police found nearly 1.5 kilos of cocaine, drug paraphernalia, six loaded handguns and more than $40,000.
Neasman has two prior felony convictions. He was found guilty of manslaughter and criminal possession of a weapon after a woman was shot and killed with a bullet from his gun. He is currently being held at the Erie County Holding Center.
On February 19th, police executed a search warrant on another home in Buffalo, where they say they found drugs, guns and $250,000.
The Sheriff's Narcotics Unit is continuing its investigation into that home, and additional charges are pending.