Man Outfitted With Weapons, Body Armor Arrested In Walmart

BREAKING: Good Guy With Gun Stops Potential Attack At Walmart After Man Shows Up With Rifle, Body Armor

‘Armed Person’ Arrested At Springfield Walmart, Police Say

Police in Springfield, Missouri, said they arrested a man who showed up Thursday at a Walmart store carrying a rifle and wearing body armor, terrifying shoppers who fled from the store.

A man carrying a rifle and wearing body armor was detained Thursday evening after causing a panic at a Missouri Walmart, according to police and local media reports.

Springfield police are now investigating the man, his motives and his vehicle.

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Reports said that Andreychenko was armed with a loaded gun and more than 100 rounds of ammunition.

Lucas said customers left the Walmart in a panic as the man - pushing a cart through the store - recorded a video on his phone and made comments to shoppers, according to the News-Leader.

CBS Springfield affiliate KOLR-TV says Lt. Mike Lucas told reporters police got a call about an active shooter at 4:09 p.m. and arrived within three minutes.

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Mr Andreychenko allegedly walked inside the Walmart carrying a "tactical rifle" and another gun.

He faces a charge of making a terrorist threat in the first degree, the police department said on Twitter. Just mere hours later, another gunman, suspected to be Connor Betts killed nine in Dayton, Ohio's nightlife district - including his sister.

Andreychenko was being held in the Greene County jail on suspicion of first-degree making a terrorist threat. His identity was not released and no information on possible charges was available. Afterwards, police said they believe Andreychenko didn't want to kill anyone - but to cause chaos instead. "His intent was not to cause peace or comfort.He's lucky he's alive still, to be honest".

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"Obviously what's happened in Texas and Dayton, and that kind of stuff in the last seven days, that's on everybody's mind", Lucas said.

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