The mystery of the remote control helicopter—or shall we say DRONE—that crashed near Grand Central Terminal on September 30th may be solved. The NYPD has arrested one David Zablidowsky, a Brooklyn resident who's charged with reckless endangerment, ABC 7 reports. You'll recall that a man was nearly struck by the falling helicopter, and according to ABC 7, Zablidowsky is accused of flying the drone at "an unreasonable height creating a substantial risk of serious physical injury."
Footage found on the drone's memory card revealed that the tiny aircraft was floating between 20 and 30 stories above ground when it smacked into a window and began its inglorious descent. At the time, the man who was almost hit by the thing alerted police to the incident—he was under the impression that the NYPD "did no further investigation because they said no law was broken."
The NYPD press office did not immediately have any further details to provide on the arrest, but we'll update as more information becomes available. For the time being, we can all rest easy that one more drone pilot is off the streets as we admire the chiseled sixpack of this dude (who may or may not be the same Zablidowsky but damn check out those abs!).