According to police, on Dec. 22, Anderson, 28, who's also known as Piotr Abdel-Fattah, allegedly told two women at Roosevelt Field Mall that he hated Mepham and wanted to shoot everyone.
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On Jan. 3, Mepham Principal Michael Harrington became aware of these comments, and he notified police. After an investigation, First Precinct officers were led to Anderson's home on Dewey Avenue in Bellmore where he was arrested without incident.
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Court papers indicate he was heard saying: "I hate Mepham, and wish everyone would burn in hell," and, "That school tries to make its students homosexuals and defy God." The documents said he "continued to rant on and on and as the two female victims started to walk away from him," he said: "I would shoot the -- out of everyone in that school."
Anderson was charged with making a terroristic threat.
This is a developing news story. Patch will provide more information as it's made available.
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