A man was arrested in a supermarket carrying weapons and ammunition. Police released his identity.

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 A man was arrested in a supermarket carrying weapons and ammunition. Police released his identity.


According to the report, according to the news released, On August 8, the Springfield Police Department arrested Dmitry Andreichenko (born on September 29, 1998) for creating a terrorist threat and aggravating the situation. More information will be released once formal charges are made against him.

(function (){(window. slotbydup = window. slotbydup | []). push ({id:6374560, container:ssp_6374560, size:300,250, display:inlay-fix, async: true});} (); the police said they refused to release information on the nationality and country of birth of the arrested person, and said they would not disclose the information at this stage. According to a national prosecutors message posted on the Springfield municipal government website, Andreichenko was accused of creating a terrorist threat. According to sources, Andreichenko could face up to four yearsimprisonment or a fine of up to $10,000. On August 8, Andreichenko entered the Wal-Mart supermarket to scare off visitors, but instead of engaging in hostilities, he pushed his shopping cart around the supermarket and took videos on his mobile phone. He was arrested when he left the supermarket. Andreichenko did not resist. On August 3, a large-scale shooting at a Wal-Mart supermarket in El Paso, Texas, resulted in 22 deaths and more than 20 injuries. Source: Wang Xu_NBJS8023, Responsible Editor of CNN

The police said it refused to release information about the nationality and country of birth of the arrested person, and said it would not disclose the information at this stage. According to a national prosecutors message posted on the Springfield municipal government website, Andreichenko was accused of creating a terrorist threat.

According to sources, Andreichenko could face up to four yearsimprisonment or a fine of up to $10,000.

On August 8, Andreichenko entered the Wal-Mart supermarket to scare off visitors, but instead of engaging in hostilities, he pushed his shopping cart around the supermarket and took videos on his mobile phone. He was arrested when he left the supermarket. Andreichenko did not resist.

On August 3, a large-scale shooting at a Wal-Mart supermarket in El Paso, Texas, resulted in 22 deaths and more than 20 injuries.