WILLISTON, North Dakota — There’s a reason this guy doesn’t have many friends.
A North Dakota man has been charged with terrorizing his ex-boss by kicking in his door after the man didn’t respond to his Facebook friend request quickly enough, authorities said.
Police say Caleb Burczyk, 29, started sending aggressive Facebook friend requests to his former employer starting the day before Christmas, some which included threats.
“Accept my friend request or I’m going to murder you,’” investigators quoted Burczyk as writing in an affidavit filed in court, according to the Williston Herald.
On Dec. 26, Burczyk said there would be trouble for his former boss if Burczyk had to fire up his pickup and come find him, the document said. That message included a photo of his truck.
Later that day, the victim’s door was kicked in.
Burczyk layer posted a photo of himself on Snapchat with a message about his boss’ family needing a new door. That photo showed him in a black cap, black vest and red and black plaid long-sleeve shirt, court documents state.
Security footage from Dec. 26 showed the man who kicked in the door of the home on Creekside Drive wearing the same outfit.
Burczyk has been charged with counts of burglary and terrorizing. He was held on $25,000 bond and is due back in court Jan. 27.