Gang Members Accused Of Threatening Son Of PBA President Pat Lynch

July 12, 2018 - 12:26 pm

NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- A couple of hotheads in Queens were cooling off after a run-in with the son of PBA President Pat Lynch.

Lynch's son, also named Patrick, heard two men fighting outside his Flushing home earlier this month.

Cops say when he confronted Steve Gansham, 32, and Edy Garcia, 29, the men turned on him with a barrage of gang signs and threats.

"We're Trinitarios. You don't know what we do to guys like you in the Bronx," they said.

Police say the men even had some words for the PBA pres who wasn't there at the time.

"Where's your father? We'll f*ck him up too," they allegedly threatened.

Cops say when Lynch pulled his firearm Gansham dared him to shoot and alluded to a gun of his own.

PBA President Lynch said the men made good on their threats and showed up days later with a firearm, the New York Post reports.

The men were arrested on Tuesday and charged with menacing and harassment.