A New Jersey man, who investigators said had a large collection of white supremacy and Nazi materials, is facing numerous criminal charges, including several counts of possessing illegal weapons and ammunition.
Michael Zaremski, 25, was indicted by a Sussex County grand jury in late August, just months after police found a homemade arsenal of firearms and high-capacity magazines at his home, according to NJ.com.
The 25-year-old is also being accused of terrorizing his ex-girlfriend and sending a photo of her wearing a Nazi SS hat to her Jewish employer. According to the indictment, Zaremski pointed a gun at the woman’s head in January and ordered her to “guess if it’s loaded or not.”
Prosecutors said that the woman told police about Zaremski’s alleged obsession with Adolf Hitler. She also reportedly told police that Zaremski had expressed an interest in committing a mass shooting at a hospital.
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