According to police, the son of Tyson Foods’ chief financial officer and the company’s president was arrested in Arkansas over the weekend after he broke into a woman’s home while intoxicated and fell asleep on her bed.
According to preliminary arrest reports, 32-year-old John R. Tyson was sleeping at his home on the 400 block of North Mock Avenue in Fayetteville at 2:05 p.m. on Sunday. Tyson’s headquarters are located in Springdale, about 10 miles northeast of Fayetteville.
A college-aged woman living in the house called police about a possible theft, saying she believed she had left the front door open and that “a man she didn’t know was at her bedside.” ” “. returned home to find
An officer entered the house and found Tyson’s clothes on the floor and identified him with an ID found in his wallet.
The officer woke Tyson up and he sat on the bed but did not respond verbally. The preliminary arrest report said that after sitting for a while, he lay back and attempted to sleep.
The officer said his breath and body smelled of narcotics and that his movements were “sluggish and uncoordinated”.
After it was determined that Tyson had not been invited to stay at the home and the residents were not known, he was arrested on charges of criminal trespass and public intoxication.