Neighbors had been complaining about these two neo-Nazi brothers for years to police, and it was only after Orlando that they decided to make moves.
A pair of Long Island brothers were busted Thursday with an arsenal of weapons, ammunition, drugs, and instructions on how to build a bomb in their home, police said.
Edward Perkowski, 29, and 25-year-old Sean Perkowski also had a slew of neo-Nazi and white power paraphernalia in their suburban single-story Mount Sinai home, cops said.
Cops took down the stockpiling siblings during a 6 a.m. raid.
Edward Perkowski was facing weapons and drug possession charges; his brother was charged with an outstanding bench warrant issued by the town of Babylon.
In the home, police recovered six assault rifles, four rifles, a handgun, 25 high capacity magazines, a shotgun, and between 3,000 and 5,000 rounds of ammunition.
A stun gun, 14 knives and approximately $42,000 in cash, marijuana and illegal mushrooms was also seized.