A Brooklyn man admitted he threatened to kill the mayor and the governor and all the police in Staten Island, the Staten Island Advance said.
Geez. Did he leave anybody out?
Oh yeah, the president. He specifically said he was not going to kill the president. So there’s that.
Frank Console, 50, has pleaded guilty in state Supreme Court, St. George, to one felony count of first-degree falsely reporting an incident.
Though the case ended up settling on that single count, it actually springs from a series of calls that Console supposedly made. Authorities charged that, on May 7, he called 911 from the St. George Ferry Terminal, saying, “My name is Frank Mitt Scotti Scalaquiti. I want to kill the mayor and the governor, not the president. I have an AK47.”
Two days later, he called 911 from a hospital in Queens, according to authorities, saying, “I want to kill the mayor, governor, and all the police on Staten Island.”
Finally, on May 16, a call went out from near the Whitehall Ferry Terminal, saying “There is a bomb in the 120th Precinct.”
In that last incident, police say they caught Console on video, and arrested him as he rode the ferry.
A source told the Advance that Console also had contacted the Secret Service at some point.
Console is scheduled for sentencing Nov. 4, to two years in prison. He already has a prison record, with three different stints related to burglary.