Raid on Queens man's house turns up lots of drugs, guns – New York Daily News

A tip led the NYPD to a one-man drug and gun operation, with cops recovering ecstasy, crack, eight guns and $30,000 worth of pot from a Queens home, police said Thursday.

Vladimir Ulysse, 39, was charged with gun and drug possession and was awaiting arraignment Thursday morning.

He was busted 5:30 a.m. Wednesday when Queens South Narcotics cops showed up at his home on 143rd Road near Farmers Blvd. in Rochdale.

Cops say they found 14 pounds of marijuana, 33 grams of ecstasy, 11 grams of crack, $6,102 in cash and the guns, which included a .357-caliber revolver and seven semi-automatic pistols, two of them defaced.

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Police said investigators are trying to determine where the suspect got the guns from and whether he was working with anyone else.

Ulysse has eight prior arrests, including two for DWI, police said.

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