Long Island Pizza Driver Arrested for Weapons Cache After Threats to High School

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Rockland County, New York – A 32 year old Long Island pizza driver is in custody after allegedly leaving six threats on the voicemail of his former high school. Robert Csak reportedly called the school and threatened it based on feeling slighted by one of the employees. Csak attended Summit School in Nyack, which is for learning and emotionally disabled teens, back in 2002.

Police in Clarkstown requested that Suffolk County Police conduct a welfare check on Csak on Saturday. When the landlord opened the door to the apartment, police found the only pieces of furniture were a plastic chair and a mattress. The rest of the apartment was piled with guns and ammunition. He was not home when police were let into his apartment by the landlord. Police stated that they may have averted a “lethal incident.”

Suffolk County Police found 19 firearms, a silencer, over 200 high-capacity magazines, a Tommy gun, night vision goggles, bulletproof vests, gas masks, knives, asps and a bump stock.

Csak was located in his vehicle at around 9 p.m. and arrested on numerous weapons charges. He was to be arraigned on Monday, April 16.


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