A Central Islip man was arrested Friday for making multiple bombs threats to Islip Town Hall over the past year, police said.
Ronald Kellman, 41, is charged with four counts of falsely reporting an incident after police say he called in threats to Town Hall from pay phones on Nov. 17, 2011 and Jan. 11, May 23 and June 12 of this year.
In each case, Kellman "threatened that there was a bomb in the building" on Main Street in Islip, police said.
Kellman, according to published reports, was the host of a birthday party in 2010 that turned violent, with a 17-year-old Brooklyn teenager shot and killed outside of the party in Central Islip.
Kellman will be arraigned in First District Court in Central Islip on Saturday.
Police did not release any other information on the incident, including what motive may have been behind the threats.