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Police officers display woman’s adult toys in her 5-year-old child’s bedroom

By Mason White 1:09 PM August 17, 2014
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By: Aarav Sen
A couple of New York, is angry after police ransacked their home and placed adult toys in their child’s bedroom.

The couple of Queens, said that the officers of the New York Police Department, ransacked their home and dumped the toys in the bedroom of their 5-year-old child during an investigation.

According to the lawsuit filed in Federal Court in Brooklyn, the incident took place after police spent many hours in the home of James and Gina Goldring, investigating an accidental shooting.

James, who worked as a barber, accidentally shot their son while moving firearms from a closet in the home to a garage, according to the lawsuit.

The officers allegedly became furious when Gina, 37, told her husband James, 39, to keep his mouth shut, the complaint alleges.

“Sexually oriented toys” sold by the plaintiff Gina Goldring as a part-time job with a company called Passion Parties, were removed from the master bedroom and placed in full view of their 5-year-old child,” the lawsuit states.

The couple also alleges that officers swiped $680 in cash while cutting their cable wires and stepping on an Xbox. They are seeking unspecified damages.

James was charged for the accidental shooting of his son. He was found guilty of endangering the welfare of a child and served 30 days of community service. Gina pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct.