Police say 54-year-old Necati Harsit, owner of East Ridge Hots2 was taken into custody Monday after removing what appeared to be handguns from a safety deposit box on Hudson Avenue. When police found Harsit at his business, they say he also had a machete in the back pack. Police say Harsit told them he wanted to use the weapons on a judge and other people he has problems with.

Police say a man is facing charges after he was spotted with guns at a bank.

The Irondequoit Police Department tell us 54-year-old Necati Harsit was arrested Monday after removing what appeared to be handguns from a safety deposit box on Hudson Avenue.

Police say they credit an alert bank teller who watched Harsit take the handguns, load them, and put them into a back pack. When police found Harsit at his business, they say he also had a machete in the back pack. Police say Harsit told them he wanted to use the weapons on a judge and other people he has problems with.

“Upon interviewing Mr. Harsit it was learned he intended to harm Judge Roy King and Supreme Court Justice Kenneth Fisher, an unknown member of the District Attorney's office and four of his acquaintances for allegedly mistreating Mr. Harsit's family,” says Chief Richard Tantalo.

Harsit owns East Ridge Hots in Irondequoit. In 2002, Harsit was arrested for conspiring to kill former Rochester City Court Judge Roy King, who the chief says he was targeting again.

In August, Harsit was arrested for stalking and threatening a family in their car between New York City and Connecticut. The district attorney there decided not to prosecute Harsit so the judge dropped the charges and sent him back to Rochester.

Harsit is being held at the Monroe County Jail in lieu of $1,000,000 bail.