Suspect Arrested in Rochester Chicken Threats Incident
Rochester, MN (KROC AM News) - A Rochester man is expected to be charged with threatening a local grocery store employee after being told he could not buy some chicken.
Taken into custody Monday was 33-year-old Tyson Leyden, who will likely be charged with terroristic threats.
Police were called to the Barlow Hy-Vee store last Thursday night and were told Leyden became upset when the chicken he came to purchase at the deli was no longer available. Police were told Leyden began swearing at an employee and said he was going to get a gun and return and shoot the man.