Man accused of selling illegal weapons at Tri-County Flea Market

Sable was arrested yesterday after police say he sold a switchblade and Kung Fu stars to undercover officers.

Sable was arrested yesterday after police say he sold a switchblade and Kung Fu stars to undercover officers. (12/23/15)

LEVITTOWN - A Long Beach man is accused of selling dozens of weapons at the Tri-County Flea Market in Levittown.

Police say Glenn Sable, 67, runs "G-S Cutlery" at the flea market.

Sable was arrested yesterday after police say he sold a switchblade and Kung Fu stars to undercover officers. 

In addition, police say Sable had a loaded hand-gun.

Investigators say they also recovered five swords, 39 metal knuckles, six electronic stun guns and 65 gravity knives and other assorted weapons. 

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