Hunter, Olm and Olm's son, also 11, went into the basement where Olm keeps four guns in a gun safe. According to reports, Olm showed them his .357 Magnum handgun and let both boys handle the weapon and pull the trigger. He also let both boys handle a .22 revolver and a 9 mm pistol.
The last gun he took out was a Glock 27, .40-caliber handgun with a laser sight. There was no magazine in the gun and Olm did not check to see if there was a bullet in the chamber. Olm pointed the laser on the ceiling, on the wall and then at his nephew. "Look, you have a red dot on your forehead," one of the boys said.
When Hunter reached for the gun, Olm pulled the trigger. Hunter was shot in the forehead and died at the scene.
Olm was arrested and charged with criminal homicide, recklessly endangering another person and endangering the welfare of children.