A man from the Bronx, New York, was arrested for putting a gun to a woman’s head during an assault that took place at Summit Gardens.


A man from the Bronx, New York, was arrested for putting a gun to a woman’s head during an assault that took place at Summit Gardens.
Officers Jeffrey Martin and Dominick Andidora were dispatched to the residence of Michelle Carlo in Building G on Westgate Dr. for a report of an assault at 9:36 p.m. on March 9.
While en route, they were informed via radio by the Lackawanna County Communications Center that the three suspects, described as two black males and a black female, were outside Building G in a red Oldsmobile Alero.  They were also told that the male suspect had brandished a handgun during the incident.
When they arrived at the scene, Officers Martin and Andidora found the three suspects in the car and took them into custody without incident.  The driver of the vehicle was identified as Justin Davis, 19, of the Bronx.  The other two suspects were identified as Kyle Smith, 18, of Brooklyn and Aneesh Brady, Philadelphia.
All three suspects were patted down and cuffed, then placed in separate police vehicles, and their car was searched.  However, the gun was not found on any of the three suspects or in their car.
Martin went to Carlo’s residence in Apt. G-16 and she retrieved the handgun from a dresser then turned it over to him. 
Tina Scarfin, 145 Westgate J-10, and Michelle Holland, 115 Westgate C-11, told the officers that they had gone to Carlo’s residence together earlier that night, but Davis and Brady answered the door.  When Scarfin and Holland asked where Carlo was, Davis and Brady told them it was none of their business.
Scarfin and Holland stated, at that point, Brady assaulted Scarfin and then Davis threatened her, putting the gun to her head.  Scrafin and Holland said they left and immediately called 911.
Davis was arrested on charges of simple assault, recklessly endangering another person, and making terroristic threats.  He was remanded to Lackawanna County Prison in lieu of bail.
Brady and Smith were both cited for disorderly conduct and harassment.