An Oklahoma City man made a bomb threat against a grocery store after the manager refused to let him return a package of cinnamon rolls, police said.
Bryan Griffin, 65, was arrested on a complaint of making a bomb threat.
Oklahoma City police got a call early Monday saying a man claimed he just got out of the military and had placed two bombs at Buy for Less, 2500 N Pennsylvania Ave.
Several officers went to the store and searched for explosives but did not find anything suspicious, police said.
The night manager at the store told officers Griffin came in about midnight and caused a scene because the manager would not give him a refund on some cinnamon rolls.
The manager gave police Griffin’s phone number, which matched the number the bomb threat was called in from, according to the report. Officers called the number, but Griffin hung up, police said.
Police later arrested Griffin, and he remains in Oklahoma County jail on $10,000 bail.