The father of a Missouri sixth-grader was arrested and charged for storming into a school bus Wednesday with a loaded pistol and threatening everyone onboard. He was fuming over his child’s alleged fight with one of the fellow students at the time of the incident, police said.

The father, identified as Christian Goodson, 31, was charged by St. Louis County prosecutors with two counts of unlawful use of a weapon and seven counts of endangering the welfare of a child, combined with misdemeanor second-degree property damage and fourth-degree assault.

The bus was transporting students from the Johnson-Wabash 6th Grade Center, a school under the Ferguson-Florissant School District.

The incident occurred at Fay and Canyon Drive following a fight involving one of Goodson's children at the bus stop. Students boarded the bus and Goodson followed them. The driver and the bus monitors tried to keep Goodson from boarding the bus but he brandished the firearm and tried to break the glass on the bus’s door, St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported, citing the court documents.

"Fearing Suspect would open fire, a school bus monitor opened the door and allowed Suspect to enter the school bus," the documents stated.

Goodson pointed the pistol at the driver, two monitors, and seven students aboard while yelling “you got what you wanted.” The students then rushed to the back of in the fear of being shot. However, Goodson took his two children and left without injuring anybody.

He was being held at St. Louis County Jail in lieu of $100,000 bail. It was not known if he was assigned an attorney.

Tangie Francwar, principal of the school, described the situation to the parents Wednesday in a letter. She said Goodson was onboard for 37 seconds. Francwar asked the parents to remind their children to report any unsafe situation to a reliable adult or on the school's online reporting website.

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