SOUTH OZONE PARK — A South Ozone Park man who wanted his car back from a Rockaway Boulevard repair shop asked for it by allegedly threatening the owner with razor blades Feb. 14, the Queens district attorney said.
Allen Hopson, 50, of 116-37 125th St., allegedly walked into Maximum Transmissions holding razor blades in each hand and told the owner, “I want my freaking car today .... You want the big guns? I’ll bring the big guns,” according to the DA.
When police later approached Hopson at his house, he said, “It wasn’t a knife, it was a razor blade,” the DA said.
After the suspect’s wife produced the blade in question for the officers, Hopson was arrested and charged with criminal possession of a weapon, the DA said.
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