Bodycam Footage Released of 4-Year-Old Shooting at Cops Outside McDonald's Drive-Thru in Utah

Chris Menahan
Jul. 20, 2022

This appears to be the youngest child ever to fire a gun at police officers.

From Fox News:
Utah police have released body-camera footage showing a Feb. 12 incident in which a 4-year-old shot at police officers at a McDonald's drive-thru in Midvale.

Officers with the Unified Police Department were responding to reports that a male suspect allegedly brandished a firearm at McDonald's employees due to an incorrect order around 1:30 p.m. local time, and, once officers arrived and began to detain 27-year-old Sadaat Johnson, a child in the backseat of his vehicle fired a gun at the responders.

In the body-camera footage from the Unified Police Department released to FOX 13 Salt Lake City, officers can be heard telling two distraught children, ages 3 and 4, in the backseat of Johnson's vehicle, "It's okay," after one of the children fired a single shot.

The child's mother said earlier this year that she was "sad about the situation."

Last week, we saw what appears to be the youngest child to ever assault a police officer and now we're seeing seemingly the youngest ever to fire on a police officer.

History made!

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