Bronxville Man Charged With Having Weapons Cache

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Bronxville police say they found an assortment of weapons, including an AK-47, a Marlin .17 rifle, a sawed-off Rossi shotgun, two tactical vests and a laser scope in Randall Cutler's home at 10 Westway. Photo Credit: Bronxville Police Department
According to Randall Cutler's Facebook page, he graduated from Bronxville High School in 1987, Colby College in 1991 and St. John's University 1994. Photo Credit: Bronxville Police Department

BRONXVILLE N.Y. ‒ A Bronxville native was arrested on felony weapons charges when police were called to a domestic dispute and allegedly found an arsenal of illegal weapons in his bedroom.

Randall Cutler, 43, of 10 Westway, was arrested Nov. 1, on charges of menacing, a misdemeanor, and criminal possession of a weapon, a felony, Bronxville police said. He was remanded to Westchester County Jail without bail.

Cutler, a Bronxville High School graduate whose Facebook page says he's an entertainment lawyer, was having an argument with his brother, who was staying in the home because of Hurricane Sandy, Bronxville Police Chief Christopher Satriale said. The police were called, but the call was disconnected, and when the dispatcher called back a family member said Cutler had a gun, Satriale said.

Police raced to the scene and were able to calm the situation, but they found a knife in Cutler's pocket, Satriale said.

Police got a search warrant for the Westway house to confiscate the gun Cutler had brandished and found a cache of weapons, including a Smith & Wesson .380-caliber handgun, a TEC-9, a Luger .380 handgun, an AK-47, a Marlin .17 rifle, a sawed-off Rossi shotgun, a .31-caliber modified Western-style revolver, two tactical vests, plastic restraints, five knives, a short sword, a laser scope, 300 to 400 rounds of ammunition, two magazine clips, brass knuckles, a speed loader, an ammunition belt and seven loaded banana clips for the AK-47 amounting to 225 rounds.

Calls to Cutler's home and office were not answered. 

All of Cutler's weapons were illegally bought and were not registered, said Satriale.

"We are all extremely fortunate that no injuries came out of the situation," said Satriale. "None of our officers, or the family members were injured and that's the most important thing. We're still investigating his motive for owning as many weapons as he did, and where he was able to obtain them." 


On Cutler's LinkedIn profile he's listed as a Managing Partner at the Law Offices of Randall M. Cutler and the owner of Soundstone Music, Inc.

In August, a picture of an assault rifle was uploaded to Cutler's Facebook page with the caption, "Hey Corey, get your hands on this one if you can!"

He is scheduled to appear in Bronxville Village Court on Wednesday, Nov. 7, at 7 p.m.

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