A Greenvale man faces weapons and drug charges after he called 911 to report he had a gun, Nassau County police said Friday.

Donald Miller, 51, of 5 Carl St., is charged with second-degree criminal possession of a weapon, eight counts of third-degree criminal possession of a weapon, criminal possession of a firearm and criminal possession of a controlled substance after he was found with assault rifles and bags of what is believed to be cocaine, police said.

Officers responded to Miller's home at 6:13 p.m. Thursday after he made a 911 call saying he had a gun, police said.

Miller told them he had a rifle in his house and told the officers to "go inside and look," according to a news release.

Once inside, officers found an AK-47, an SKS rifle, a Marlin rifle, a Colt semiautomatic .380 caliber pistol and seven bags containing what they believe to be cocaine, the news release said.

Police said they also found two daggers, one switchblade and ammunition for the Colt handgun.

Miller was arrested without incident, police said.

He was arraigned Friday and held pending a bail of $250,000 bond or $100,000 cash.

With Ellen Yan

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