NORWALK, Conn. — A Norwalk man threatened to have another man killed while at the McDonald's on Main Street when he became angry and said the man had given away some of his food, according to The Hour.
Jabbar McClendon, 35, was charged with threatening and strangulation Monday, after police caught up with him at Freese Park, where he was trying to choke another man for no reason, said The Hour.
The incident occurred after McClendon asked the man to buy him a beer, and then the two went to McDonald's where he became mad and accused the man of giving away some of his food. When the man attempted to walk away, McClendon, told the man he would have his sister kill him, added The Hour.
Police were looking for McClendon when they received a call that a person was being attacked at Freese Park. When police arrived they found the man who said McClendon had choked him until he wasn't able to breathe, said The Hour.
After being arrested, McClendon also made death threats to the police. He is being held on $10,000 bond, added The Hour.
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