Slot machines linked to gun running sting wound up in Port Chester

Five New York City police officers are facing charges for smuggling guns, stolen cigarettes and slot machines.

Some of the slot machines actually ended up in Port Chester.

City police Commissioner Ray Kelly said, "The fact that these goods were not stolen, that the firearms were inoperable, in no way lessens the culpability here...particularly for those that have sworn an oath to uphold the law.?

Three retired NYPD officers have also been implicated in the gun running sting, an operation being watched by undercover federal agents.

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