A seething Missouri father raged onto a school transport with a stacked firearm and compromised understudies and a transport driver, police said.
Christian M. Goodson, the dad of a little girl in 6th grade, was disturbed that an understudy had recently battled with the young lady, as indicated by court records got by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
“You got what you needed,” Goodson said as he pointed the weapon at everybody on the transport, court records appear.
The 31-year-old, of Berkeley, was accused Wednesday of seven tallies of imperilling the welfare of a kid and unlawful utilization of a weapon, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Goodson constrained his direction onto the transport just before 7 a.m. after he purportedly utilized the gun to break the glass on the school transport entryway when a lady in the driver’s seat would not let him on board. A transport screen at that point opened the entryway expecting that he would begin shooting, police said.
He likewise energized understudies on the transport to battle, Ferguson-Florissant School District authorities said.
The incensed dad continued to push the driver as the understudies ran toward the rear of the transport, which was moving nine understudies — including two of his own kids at that point. He at that point got his children and fled, police said.
No wounds were accounted for during the occurrence, a school region representative told the paper.
Goodson, who was requested held Thursday at the St. Louis County Jail in lieu of $100,000 bail, was later captured at his home, where the gun was recuperated, police said.