A man captured for taking explosives and different weapons into a Long Island medical clinic pulled the startling move since he figured his beau didn’t get appropriate treatment there prior in the day, specialists said Thursday.
About the man arrested
Robert Roden, 33, was in the e.r. of Stony Brook University Hospital Tuesday as his accomplice was being treated for a vague issue. Furious at what he thought about poor consideration, Roden (inset) returned soon thereafter with three handcrafted explosives, a tomahawk hatchet, and a BB weapon, an investigator said at his Suffolk County arraignment.
At the point when cops looked through Roden’s Mastic Beach home Wednesday, they discovered booby traps fixed with “life adjust,” alongside an AR-15 rifle and 42 grams of meth, as indicated by the investigator.
At the emergency clinic, his take additionally incorporated a strategic vest, binds and a BB firearm potentially changed to fire 9 mm shots, specialists said.
On Tuesday night, Roden was halted by an emergency clinic security watch who detailed him acting dubiously. Cops said they discovered him with the explosives, and two stories of the emergency clinic were emptied for a few hours.
Ambulances must be rerouted during the bomb alarm
Roden, who has a past lawful offense conviction, was accused of criminal ownership of a weapon, criminal hatred, and criminal ownership of a controlled substance, specialists said.
His bail was set at $500,000 on Thursday.