43-year-old suspect, Michael Yifan Wayne was arrested without incident and charged with threatening second-degree and endangering the welfare of a child.
Police said a man has been arrested on charges of firing a gun at the head of a 6-year-old child, Who accidentally left a bag of Halloween candy at his door.
The incident occurred at Manhaset in Long Island, New York, at around 7:25 pm Saturday night, when a 42-year-old mother, her daughter, She was taking her two sons and nephews to a nearby house to leave a goodie bag.
The Nassau County Sheriff Department quoted ABC News in a statement saying, “The daughter was leaving a goodie bag at her friend’s house.
A 10-year-old girl and a 6-year-old boy got off the car and reached near the house. According to police, they rang the doorbell and left a bag full of Halloween candy on the porch before returning to the vehicle.
The incident was immediately reported to the Nassau County Police Department and 43-year-old suspect Michael Yifan Wayne was arrested without incident and threatened with second grade And accused of endangering the welfare of a child.
He said, “They returned to the address and the 6-year-old boy was out of the vehicle to take a good bag from the porch Turned out. Then the front door opened, a person came out of the house and he put the victim’s head Black handgun pointed.
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According to the statement, after a while the woman’s daughter noticed that the address of the goodie bag could be of the wrong house And he told his mother.
Police say he was produced the next day, Sunday, at First District Court in Hampstead, NY, but more information about the case has not been released.
The incident is currently being investigated.