NYC doorman arrested for dealing guns in Midtown Manhattan

Roberto Carmona, 51, is accused of selling 80 guns and ammunition to an undercover NYPD officer, while working as a doorman at 423 W. 55th St. in Midtown Manhattan.

Carmona was arrested along with three other suspects in this gun-trafficking ring announced today by Manhattan district attorney and the NYPD.

“Roberto Carmona allegedly used his job as a doorman, out of a Midtown office building, as a one-man gun show, storing ammunition in his locker and selling multiple deadly weapons in front of the building,” said Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance Jr.

The alleged deals with the undercover detective, took place between January and September according to court documents.

Suspect charged between $500 and $3,700 for each firearm, according to officials.

“I don’t see guns on this table, I see victims” said NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea

Video by Steve Sanchez (FNTV

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