News Steven Lopez arrested in Brooklyn after cops find dozens of bags of dope in his double-parked car, police say Drugs and a gun that police say were seized from a car that had been double parked in Brooklyn. Photo Credit: NYPD By PETE CATAPANO March 13, 2015 6:37 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email It’s never a good idea to double park in New York City — especially if you allegedly have a car full of drugs. A 23-year-old Staten Island man was arrested Wednesday after cops found dozens of bags filled with dope, as well as a loaded .45 gun, in his car after he sped away from cops who were about to give him a ticket for double parking, police said. Plainclothes officers first spotted Steven Lopez, of Rosebank, running to his double-parked 2006 Honda Odyssey at 71st Street and 19th Avenue in Bensonhurst, according to police. Once they caught up with Lopez, the officers allegedly found a lit marijuana cigar inside the car. After three bags of crack were found in Lopez’ jacket, the officers discovered 410 glassines of heroin, 131 ziplocks of crack, and one ziplock of marijuana hidden inside his car after obtaining a search warrant. Lopez was arraigned on narcotics and gun charges in Brooklyn Criminal Court.Attorney information for Lopez was not available as of Friday night. By PETE CATAPANO Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.