Charges Against Man Who Threatened
Tasta Pizza Employees Bound to Court

Charges against the Bradford man accused of threatening Tasta Pizza employees because he got a square pizza instead of a round one have been bound to court.

44-year-old Gerard Young is accused of calling the restaurant at least 37 times because of the dispute. Court papers say he swore at the person who answered the phone and the calls he made prevented employees from taking orders over the phone.

When police arrived at JJ’s Saloon looking for Young, he struggled, screamed and swore, and then charged at an officer, with his hand moving toward the officer’s face.

Young is free on bail.

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