Missouri Cop Fires Gun and Threatens Lives at Children’s Halloween Party

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In a shocking incident that sent waves of terror through a peaceful Halloween gathering for kids and parents. It is alleged that the off-duty Missouri cop fired a gun into the air and menacingly declared, “You are all going to die.” 

This incident unfolded at a “Trunk-or-Treat” event held for elementary school children in Kirkwood, Missouri. Court documents reveal that hundreds of parents and children were present, looking forward to a joyous celebration.

The October 15th event unexpectedly became the scene of chaos.

Missouri Cop charged with felonies

Matthew McCulloch, a member of the St. Louis County Police Department, now stands accused of 11 felony counts, including endangering the welfare of children, unlawful use of a weapon, and making first-degree terrorist threats. 

The accused, Matthew McCulloch, is the son of former St. Louis County prosecuting attorney Bob McCulloch, adding a layer of complexity to this already unsettling incident. His wife had filed for divorce in March, and court records indicate that she currently resides in Kirkwood.