Judge sets bond for man accused of making terroristic threat in Springfield Neighborhood Market

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The man charged with making a terroristic threat at a south Springfield Walmart is expected to be released from the Greene County Jail Monday.

A Greene County judge set bond at $10,000 Dmitriy Andreychenko, 20. Police arrested him on Thursday after walking into a Springfield Walmart Neighborhood Market in fatigues, openly carrying a tactical rifle, armed with a handgun and at least 100 rounds of ammunition.

Andreychenko appeared Monday morning before Judge Mark Powell, who scolded him and stressed he had better stay out of trouble. Judge Powell also made assurances there were no more guns in Andreychenko’s house.
Defense attorney Dee Wampler understands authorities confiscated two AR15’s, a 22 rifle and ammo. Judge Powell said he considered house arrest for Andreychenko, but ultimately decided against it. Andreychenko works at a local trucking company.

A judge ordered him back in court in mid-September.

We will continue to follow the story throughout the day, and let you know when he is released.

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