Missouri Man Charged with Terroristic Threats After Walking into Springfield Walmart with Rifle, Handgun, 100 Rounds of Ammo and Body Armor — Faces Up to 4 Yrs. in Prison
A 20-year-old armed man with a rifle, handgun and body armor was stopped and arrested outside a Missouri Walmart on Thursday.
An retired firefighter stopped the man and arrested him.
The man walked filmed himself walking into a Walmart.
He was carrying a rifle and 100+ rounds of ammo.
The off-duty firefighter had a concealed carry permit.
Missouri is a concealed carry state.
The man had a rifle, a handgun, 100+ rounds of ammo and body armor.
Citizen journalist Bradley Cooper shared exclusive photos of the gunman with The Gateway Pundit as the man was arrested.
Here is another photo of the man when he was apprehended by the off-duty firefighter.
Via Bradley Cooper.
On Friday the 20-year-old Dimitriy N. Andreychenko was charged with terroristic threats on Friday.
He faces up to 4 years in prison.
FOX 2 Now reported:
A 20-year-old is facing charges for making terroristic threats after walking into a Walmart store in Springfield, Missouri wearing body armor and carrying a firearm and ammunition. Dimitriy N. Andreychenko is currently in the Greene County Jail and being held on a $10,000 bond.
Making a terrorist threat in the second degree is a felony and is punishable by up to four years in the Missouri Department of Corrections with a fine of up to $10,000.