Lindenhurst Man Who Allegedly Threatened Upper Nyack School Jailed after “Arsenal” Found

The Lindenhurst pizza delivery man who allegedly left threatening voice mail messages for a security guard at the Summit School in Upper Nyack where he was a student 16 years ago “fits the profile of an active shooter.” That’s according to Suffolk County’s prosecutor. Newsday reports 32 year-old Robert Csak was found to have “a military-style arsenal” of weapons following a search of his home Saturday. Clarkstown supervisor George Hoehmann says, once again, the process of “see something, say something” worked…

Audio: George Hoehmann

Csak is being held on $750,000 bond. He faces 17 different weapons possession charges. He reportedly was found with illegal assault weapons, including an AK47 and an assault-style weapon equipped with an illegal bump stock like the one used in last year’s Las Vegas hotel shooting.

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