New York City man busted in got on-video firing had five weapons in Queens home

A shooter seen on video trading shots with one more man outside a Queens pawn shop was busted Friday — and five firearms and two slug safe vests were viewed as in his home, police said.

Jordan Stennett, 18, was accused of endeavored murder, wild danger and firearm ownership, police said. The shooter who terminated back at him is as yet being looked for.
The shooting happened 12:30 p.m. Tuesday as Stennett was leaving EZ Pawn on Jamaica Ave. close 194th St. in St. Albans.

Observation video shows Stennett trading words with another man, a stopped white SUV between them, before Stennett starts shooting, police said. His objective, who was with a third man, fires back.

Stennett pressed off one more shot before he drove off in a twofold stopped silver Honda Accord, police said. The two different men then, at that point, escaped in a dark Acura driven by another person.
Nobody was harmed, and Stennett was seen on video getting back to the scene to recover a sack he had dropped in the road.

The two shooters have as of late been at chances with one another, police said.
Stennett, who has no past capture record, lives in Jamaica. The NYPD on Friday evening posted on Twitter an image of the handguns, including a pistol and vests saw as inside his home.