A man who caused panic at a Springfield, Missouri Walmart in August when he walked inside wearing body armor and carrying loaded weapons has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge.
KYTV in Springfield reports that 20-year-old Dmitriy Andreychenko pleaded guilty Friday to an amended charge of making a false report and will likely face two years of probation.
He was originally charged with making a terrorist threat.
Police arrested Andreychenko on Aug. 8 after he filmed himself walking through the store with the weapons in what he described as an effort to test his Second Amendment right.
An off-duty firefighter held Andreychenko at gunpoint until officers arrived.
The incident came just days after 22 people were killed during an attack at another Walmart in El Paso, Texas.