The footage was broadcast live on a reality show that follows police work.
Images that went live on American television that Saturday, January 14 have been the subject of much debate since.
When the film crews of the reality show On Patrol: Live, which follow the police as they work, drove to Beech Grove, Indiana, after a woman called 911, they captured creepy images.
He robs a woman and her son in the hallway
We see a 4-year-old boy having fun aiming a pistol while going “Pan, pan, pan” in the lobby of a building.
Though it’s just a kid and just a game, the woman who warned police is working in the arms and knew she was real, CNN reports.
Especially since the little boy, who appears in a diaper, tickles the trigger despite his small size and thus his limited strength. And he would have enjoyed attacking the woman in question and her son in the hallway when they returned home.
Security camera and gun hidden under the TV
When they arrived, the police looked at the surveillance cameras filming the scene. The little boy had come home. They went to the house of the father who claimed not to own any guns – he is a former criminal not allowed to own one – he said if there was a gun in the house it must have belonged to his cousin.
During a search of the apartment, the police quickly find a “Smith & Wesson SD9mm”, a 9mm hidden under the television in the living room.
According to one report, there were 15 rounds in the magazine but none in the armory.
The arrested man
The 4-year-old boy’s father, Shane Osborne, 45, told officers he was ill and asleep when his son left the home. At the moment he’s being charged with negligence, but having a gun in his home could cost him a lot more.
The child was entrusted to his mother.