Rochester man sentenced for throwing pizza, pointing gun at employees

(ABC 6 News) – A Rochester man who was arrested for allegedly throwing pizza slices and pointing a gun at employees pleaded guilty to one charge of misdemeanor disorderly conduct Wednesday afternoon.

Victor Fortner was arrested in April of 2021 after an incident at a Domino’s Pizza drive-through.

According to the criminal complaint, Fortner placed a call to the restaurant on E Frontage Rd. NW and asked for toppings on the side of his pizza. The employees told him they couldn’t do that.

When Fortner picked up the pizza, employees told police he threw slices of the pizza at them, pointed a gun, then drove off. He was later arrested at his apartment in NW Rochester.

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Fortner will spend one year on unsupervised probation and must remain law-abiding, with no "assault or assaultive behavior" toward anyone.