Tyson Foods Employee Charged for Threatening to Shoot Plant Staff Members

A Storm Lake man has been arrested after being accused of threatening to shoot Tyson Foods staff members.

According to the Storm Lake Police Department, officers were called to the Tyson Pork Plant around 6pm on Monday regarding an employee welfare check. Police met with Tyson staff who alleged that an employee, identified as 26-year-old Ku Moo, had made comments back on November 12th threatening to shoot Tyson staff members. Police allege that today (Tues), Tyson staff met with Moo about the statements and contacted Storm Lake Police.

Moo was taken into custody on scene without incident. He was charged with Threats of Terrorism, a class D felony…and 1st Degree Harassment, an aggravated misdemeanor. Moo was booked into the Buena Vista County Jail on a five-thousand dollar bond.



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