UES street fair vendor peddles 'toy' branded an illegal weapon by NYPD | Upper East Site
UES street fair vendor peddles 'toy' branded an illegal weapon by NYPD | Upper East Site

EXCLUSIVE: UES Street Fair Vendor Peddles ‘Toy’ Branded an Illegal Weapon by NYPD

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Upper East Side moms and dads who thought they purchased a fun and exciting new toy for their kids from last weekend's First Avenue Street Festival may have actually put an illegal weapon in their hands that could set them up for an uncomfortable enc
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  1. These “toy” guns can get people seriously hurt or killed. And of course, cops and anyone else with a real gun who feels threatened are likely to respond with real bullets.

    Sponsors of these “street fairs” – or as I call them, “nuisances to avoid” – need to vet the vendors. How do you lend your organization’s name to an event, and not even know who the vendors are and what they’re selling?

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