Minnesota Father Charged For Pointing His AK-47 At Daughter After She Got A ‘B’ In School
A Minnesota father allegedly pulled out an AK-47 assault rifle and pointed it at his 15-year-old daughter after she received a B on her schoolwork.
Kirill Bartashevitch, 52, allegedly pointed the weapon at the unidentified girl because she wasn’t getting straight As in school.
The incident occurred on January 17th, and the teenage girl texted a friend she knew from Central High School in St. Paul, Minnesota to tell her about the incident.
The friend’s mother then called social services.
Bartashevitch recently purchased two assault rifles from Bill’s Gunshop in the town, in fear they would be banned under new gun control legislation.
He allegedly pulled one of the assault rifles out and pointed it at his daughter after she said that she “hated” him when he confronted her about her grades.
When arrested by police, Bartashevitch admitted to the confrontation but said the gun wasn’t loaded. His daughter also told her friend she wasn’t scared because she knew he hadn’t loaded the gun.
Bartashevitch was charged today at Ramsey County District Court with two counts of terroristic threats for pointing the gun, and faces a maximum of five years for each count he faces.
Jordan Shepherd | Elite.