‘Ghost gun’ seller sentenced to 11 years in prison

Antonio Himonitis was arrested in June during what police called “Operation Ghostbusters.”

Antonio Himonitis was arrested in June during what police called

Antonio Himonitis was arrested in June during what police called "Operation Ghostbusters." (4/28/16)

WOODBURY - A man who sold so-called “ghost guns” on Long Island has been sentenced to 11 years in prison.

Antonio Himonitis was arrested in June during what police called “Operation Ghostbusters.”

Himonitis and two others were accused of selling untraceable guns with no serial numbers, made with parts from manufacturers across the United States.

The duo was busted after selling the guns to undercover detectives.

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