Tyson Foods CFO arrested after entering wrong home, falling asleep and hitting head on table
John Macaray, the CFO of Tyson Foods, has been charged with assault and disorderly conduct for allegedly entering the home of a woman in Arkansas in an attempted robbery after she left him at the end of a night out.
The incident was caught on surveillance footage and Macaray was later arrested in Little Rock, Arkansas, after police say he approached the wrong woman’s home after having spent time at a bar with her friend.
He was charged with assault and disorderly conduct after he was arrested and charged at a hotel. He was arrested on his way to the Arkansas capitol to testify at House and Senate hearings into Tyson Food’s factory conditions.
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Arrested: Tyson Foods CEO John Macaray was arrested in Little Rock after police say he approached the wrong woman’s home after having spent time with her friend
Macaray was arrested on Friday morning after police say he approached the wrong woman’s home after spending time out drinking with her
He was released last night after posting $10,000 bond but was ordered to surrender his passport, a court records seen by DailyMail.com said.
Macaray, 58, a former military officer and former officer of the Texas Police Department was immediately suspended from all duties at the company after the arrest.
‘Tyson products is a family run company,’ a Tyson Foods spokesman said in a statement.
‘While we deeply appreciate the cooperation of law enforcement we don’t believe this was an isolated incident.’
Macklemore, whose real name is Robert R. Maclaine Jr., posted a statement on his Facebook account.
‘I was just assaulted by a man I know and had a good relationship with. He is not a man to cross. I don’t believe I did anything wrong and I do not appreciate being arrested for that,’ it said.