Nassau DA: East Rockaway man had arsenal of ghost guns at his home

An East Rockaway man is accused of stockpiling an arsenal of ghost guns in his home.
Nassau District Attorney Anne Donnelly says the weapons were found after Thomas Saxton, 34, threatened to shoot his wife inside Cohen Children's Medical Center in February.
They say she called 911 and that police found Saxton's car nearby with two loaded ghost guns.
Police say they searched his Baisley Avenue home and found seven more along with high-capacity ammo.
Saxton is due back in court next month.
If convicted, he faces up to 15 years in prison.