A San Francisco firefighter was arrested after violating a protective order and stockpiling firearms in his home.
Authorities say the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms were told SFD Firefighter Rock Plichcik was stockpiling several firearms in his home, including some that were not legal to own in California and others that violated federal firearms laws.
Plichcik was described as a mentally ill man who was threatening to open fire on the occupants of a train.
According to CBS Local, the rogue firefighter works at Fire Station 22 and had a protective order signed against him, which temporarily prohibits firearms ownership. In addition, he denied the weapons were in his house before they were discovered by police.
Plichcik pleaded not guilty yesterday and is due in court within the month.