Man accused of threatening to blow up local Popeye's
BATON ROUGE- Authorities have arrested a man who allegedly threatened to blow up a Burbank Drive restaurant Monday.
Dwight McKinnis, 61, was booked with terrorizing and disturbing the peace after causing a scene at Popeye's.
According to the police report, McKinnis went to the fast food restaurant Monday and threatened to blow up the business and kill the manager.
Police added that the man was captured on video shouting he would "send y'all *** to hell" and "jail ain't nothing to me," along with other expletives.
McKinnis walked out of the restaurant and was later arrested when he returned.
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