WICHITA (KSNT) – Wichita police say they have made an arrest in a disturbance Wednesday at a south Wichita Dillons.
Witnesses told investigators that a man was upset that Dillons was selling Chick-fil-A sauce and started throwing punches.
Wichita police officers responded to the call shortly before 9 p.m. at the 31st South and Seneca store. Dillons’ employees and private security officers told police that the man got into a disturbance with one of the store’s workers. The workers said they asked him to calm down or leave, and he started throwing punches.
The security officers detained the man until he calmed down. When they let him go, they say he threatened workers, left the store and got into his car.
The witnesses told police the man drove his car toward the entrance doors where workers were standing, and then he drove away. However, the police report does not indicate that the man hit the doors. Police say no one was hurt.
They later arrested a 37-year-old Wichita man and booked him on suspicion of three counts of aggravated assault and one count of aggravated criminal threat.