Indiana man arrested after videotaping young child playing with guns
An Indiana man was arrested over the weekend after a boy, reportedly his son, was seen brandishing and pointing a gun outside his apartment building. Shane Osborne, 45, of Beech Grove, has been charged with neglecting a dependent child. The arrest was caught on the reality TV show On Patrol:
Live, which follows a police officer on duty.
Authorities responded to an emergency call from an apartment neighbor whose child held a gun in the hallway on Saturday. A man was arrested.
An Indiana man has been arrested after his toddler, reportedly his son, was seen brandishing a handgun in the hallways of an apartment complex. (Courtesy of On Patrol:
Live and REELZ)
An unnamed boy appears to swing a gun and pull the trigger. Police said there were no cartridges in the gun’s chamber. He didn’t look injured.
“I can hardly understand what you are seeing. “I saw it the next day. I knew the results, but it was still scary to watch the video. You find yourself gasping for breath.
When the police interrogate , Osbourne is said to have said he didn’t have a gun, but according to a press release for the television series, a child was playing with a gun in the hallway when cops watched a home surveillance video provided by a neighbor. It is said to have been found alone.
Shane Osborne, 45, of Beach Grove, Indiana, is photographed. Osborne has been charged with neglecting a dependent child after the boy was seen holding a gun outside his apartment building.
Shane Osborne, 45, of Beach Grove, Indiana face photo. Osborne has been charged with neglecting a dependent child after the boy was seen holding a gun outside his apartment building. If you look, oh, you can’t see it,” neighbor Nicole Summers told his WTHR-TV. “He kept saying ‘pow, pow, pow, pow.‘”
Authorities seized his 9mm Smith & Wesson semi-automatic pistol from Osborne and he was taken into custody, Fox 59 reported.
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Beech Grove Mayor Dennis Buckley said he was “embarrassed” by the incident.
“Shortly after this incident, I received a notice from the Chief of Police,” he said in a statement, reported by WTHR-TV. “Like everyone else, I am ashamed of what happened. I am especially grateful that no young child was injured.”