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Father of Ohio teen who was arrested in Times Square with an AK-47 was killed in a police shootout 


REVEALED: Father of Ohio teen who was arrested in Times Square with an AK-47 was killed in a police shootout last MONTH

  • Saadiq Teague, 18, was arrested in Times Square subway station on Friday 
  • He was charging his phone and had his AK-47 rifle poking out of his bag 
  • Cops who were performing a patrol spotted the tip of the rifle 
  • He also had rounds of ammunition and a gas mask in his bag
  • It’s unclear what Saadiq was planning to do with the weapon 
  • It has now been revealed that his father, Andrew Teague, was killed last month
  • Teague was shot dead by police in Ohio last month 
  • He was fleeing the police when he opened fire on them and they returned
  • They had a warrant out for his arrest for a felonious assault  

The father of an 18-year-old man arrested in Times Square with an AK-47 on Friday was shot dead by police in a shootout in Ohio last month.   

Saadiq Teague, 18, was charged with several counts of criminal possession of a weapon, and one count of criminal use of drug paraphernalia after being found with an unloaded semi-automatic gun, ammunition and a gas mask. 

He was on the subway platform at Times Square station and was charging his phone but the tip of his rifle was poking out of his bag. 

Saadiq Teague, 18, was charged with two counts of criminal possession of a weapon second degree, two counts of criminal possession of a weapon in third degree; one count for the assault rifle and one for ammunition, and no one count of criminal use of drug paraphernalia

Saadiq Teague, 18, was charged with two counts of criminal possession of a weapon second degree, two counts of criminal possession of a weapon in third degree; one count for the assault rifle and one for ammunition, and no one count of criminal use of drug paraphernalia 

Saadiq's father Andrew Teague, 43, was shot dead by police last month in Ohio

Saadiq’s father Andrew Teague, 43, was shot dead by police last month in Ohio

Cops who happened to be patrolling the station noticed and arrested him. 

It’s unclear what he planned to do with the weapon. 

Teague’s father Andrew, 43, was shot dead by Ohio cops last month after opening fire on them during a chase. 

They had a warrant out for his arrest for felonious assault and were pursuing him in his car. 

He drove away for them then stopped on a highway and opened fire.

The cops returned fire and killed him. 

It remains unclear when Saadiq bought the gun, or if he did so legally. 

He remains in custody in New York City and the FBI is investigating. 

Andrew Teague led police on a chase in Columbus, Ohio, then opened fire on officers when he came to a stop. There was a warrant out for his arrest for felony assault

Andrew Teague led police on a chase in Columbus, Ohio, then opened fire on officers when he came to a stop. There was a warrant out for his arrest for felony assault

New York City Police Officers transport Saadiq Teague, 18, from the Columbus Circle Transit Bureau Police Station After being found with an unloaded semi-automatic gun, ammunition and a gas mask outside a Times Square subway station, in New York City

New York City Police Officers transport Saadiq Teague, 18, from the Columbus Circle Transit Bureau Police Station After being found with an unloaded semi-automatic gun, ammunition and a gas mask outside a Times Square subway station, in New York City 

A New York City police officer (NYPD) carries evidence from the Columbus Circle Transit Bureau Police Station

A New York City police officer (NYPD) carries evidence from the Columbus Circle Transit Bureau Police Station 



Source | Dailymail

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