A Massapequa man has been arrested for allegedly threatening to blow up a Woodbury building that houses a credit and debit card service company eight months ago, Nassau County police said.

Frank Zezulinski was charged Sunday with falsely reporting an incident and released on an appearance ticket before he’s due back in Nassau County court Nov. 25.

Police said the 24-year-old suspect called an employee of Cardworks on Crossways Park Drive West and made the threat over the phone on March 14.

The 26-year-old woman who answered the phone and her manager reported the incident police, who did not say what led them to Zezulinski.

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