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Rochester, MN (KROC AM News) - A Rochester man is accused of waving a knife around while in a local restaurant Wednesday.

Olmsted County ADC

Police say 20-year-old Christopher Sullivan is a former employee of the south Chipotle restaurant and went there Tuesday to get his check. He became upset when told it wasn’t ready and made threats about stabbing employees.

He returned Wednesday afternoon and pulled out a knife in front of customers and employees. Witnesses say Sullivan began waving the knife around until the manager talked to him. He told the manager “his homies” would be coming to the restaurant and left.

Police later located Sullivan and arrested him. He had a pocket knife in his possession.

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