Long Island pizza deliveryman arraigned on weapons charges
CENTRAL ISLIP, N.Y. (AP) — A Long Island pizza deliveryman found with an arsenal of military style weapons after threatening a Rockland County school security guard has been arraigned on weapons charges.
Robert Csak, of Lindenhurst, was ordered held on $350,000 cash bail on Monday. His legal aid attorney declined to comment.
Assistant Suffolk County District Attorney Jacob Kubetz said Csak “fits the profile of an active shooter” and described him as “a grievance collector” who holds a grudge for many years.
Prosecutors say Csak made half a dozen calls to the Summit School in Upper Nyack on Saturday threatening a security guard. Police say Csak attended the school in 2002.
Officers searched Csak’s home and found a cache of weapons, including nine assault rifles, an AK-47, 190 magazines, night vision goggles and a silencer.