A Danbury man with what the Putnam County Sheriff's Office called a "Murder Manifesto" has been arrested.
On March 18th, a Sergeant spotted a vehicle being driven erratically on Route 301 in Carmel and made a traffic stop. A strong odor of alcohol and marijuana was coming from the car. 31-year old Nickolai Plastini was allegedly determined to be intoxicated.
He was found in possession of marijuana, a .410 Gauge Shotgun, .410 Gauge Shotgun Shells, and a notebook appearing to be a “manifesto” of his intent to kill people and the reasons why. The notebook contained a list of people’s names that had apparently “wronged” Plastini.
He was charged with Criminal Possession of a Weapon, Driving While Intoxicated, Aggravated Unlicensed Operation and Unlawful Possession of Marijuana. He was arraigned and is due in court on April 23rd.
The individuals listed in the notebook were contacted by the Sheriff’s Department and advised of the “Manifesto”.