Engle had three children with him - ages 6,4 and 3. According to police reports, Engle stood outside the business and pounded on a glass window, smashing the glass. He also unintentionally discharged his .40-caliber semi-automatic handgun in the process, damaging the door to the business.
After the gun went off, Engle walked back to his home. Police arrested him there when they found him sitting on the porch still holding the gun.
Child Protect Services were notified and Engle was arrested and charged with four misdemeanors: malicious destruction of property; careless discharge of a firearm causing property damage; reckless use of a firearm; and possession of a firearm while under the influence.
Police also found evidence that Engle had fired a gun inside his vehicle, damaging the interior. However, it isn't clear when that gunfire incident occurred in relation to the Happy's Pizza incident.