Foxworth had three weapons and the shootout occurred within his apartment according to the following linked article:
Records show that Foxworth was incarcerated for 10 years for robbery and selling drugs in prison, and two years for attempted murder. He was in critical but stable condition at Kings County Hospital on Sunday morning.
Photos of the police officers are shown at the linked article along with photos of the weapons.
“He was in critical but stable condition at Kings County Hospital on Sunday morning.”
Pull the plug on this psycho and save the taxpayers a few million dollars!!
Foxworth's “weapons cache” was composed of a Browning Mk III 9mm Hi-Power pistol (14-shots), a High Standard Sentinel 9-shot .22 DA revolver, and a Ruger Mini-14 rifle with a pistol grip stock (butt stock removed), a barrel cutoff just ahead of the gas block, and a 20-round magazine. The Mini-14 is hardly a “military assault rifle” — but this is New York and the writers aren't very gun savvy.
Aside from the attempted murder charge, Mr. Foxworth also qualifies for: (1) a felon in possession of firearms (10 years, $10K fine); (2) possession of a firearm with defaced serial number (10 years, $10K fine); (3) possession of a sawed-off rifle (10 years, $10K fine). If the prosecutors do this right, Foxworth won't see the outside of prison bars until he's 80 years old.