Lindenhurst man who threatened NY school had 9 illegal guns, cops say – Newsday

A Lindenhurst man who left a “threatening” phone message for an official at a Rockland County school he attended in 2002 was arrested Saturday night after police found nine illegal guns at his home, Suffolk police said Sunday.

Robert Csak, 32, who worked as a pizza delivery driver, was arrested by police officers from Suffolk’s first precinct after police executed a search warrant at his home at 495 A 38th St., where they found the guns — including an assault-style weapon equipped with an illegal bump stock — and hundreds of high-capacity magazines, police said.

Chief of Department Stuart Cameron, speaking during a news conference at the First Precinct in Babylon, said Csak on Saturday left a message at the Summit School in Nyack on Saturday. That message prompted a call from school officials to the Clarkstown Police Department, which contacted Suffolk Police, Cameron said.

Suffolk County police Chief of Department Stuart Cameron with a seized weapon during a news conference at the First Precinct in Babylon on Sunday. Photo Credit: James Carbone

“Mr. Csak left a message for a specific school employee,” Cameron said. “The message was of a threatening nature to that individual. Mr. Csak attended the Summit School in 2002 and from every indication we have now he felt slighted by this individual from an encounter back in 2002 and was carrying a grudge.”

Csak is charged with multiple counts of criminal possession of a weapon, police said.

Another school employee received the message and contacted Clarkstown Police. When an officer from that department listened to the message, Cameron said, he was “alarmed” and thought Csak presented a “threat to himself or others.”

The Sunmit School is a residential program for emotionally disturbed youth, Cameron said.

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