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Police: No felony charges after incident reported at Domino’s

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UPDATE 4/8: Rochester Police said that Fortner will not be charged with assault after the incident at Domino's on Sunday.

Fortner was cited for disorderly conduct.


ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) -- A Rochester man is facing assault charges
after his pizza order wasn't made to his liking.

According to the Rochester Police Department, police received the report at about 10 p.m. on Sunday at the Domino's on East Frontage Road.

RPD said an employee told police that a man drove up to the drive-thru, angry that his toppings could not be on the side of his pizza. The man allegedly threw pizza slices at the two employees, pulled out a hand gun and pointed it at them, before driving off.

RPD located the man, who has been identified as 34-year-old Victor Fortner. Police said Fortner admitted to being at the Domino's, but he denied pointing a gun at employees. RPD said they were not able to locate a gun in the car.

Fortner was arrested and is facing assault charges.


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