MADISON (WKOW) -- A Madison man faces disorderly conduct charges after he was accused of picking a fight during a dominoes game on Tuesday.
Madison police were called to the 1900 block of Beld Street around 5:45 Tuesday night by a man claiming he'd been threatened with a knife. During their investigation, officers discovered the victim had been inside a Beld Street home during a dominoes game along with suspect, Kennedy S. Harris.
The victim told police Harris threw some food from Taco Bell at him. He told police Harris then said "somebody's gonna die, somebody's gonna go to jail." The victim said Harris then pulled out a Leatherman-type tool and repeated the statement.
According to the police report, the victim said he walked away to avoid any violence, but claims Harris followed him and kicked his car door in an attempt to start a fight. The victim drove away and called police.
Harris told police that during the dominoes game, the victim told said something to Harris about having a "big booty." Harris says walked away and denied any wrongdoing. He encouraged officers to ask the dominoes players about the incident, claiming they would support his story.
None of the players wanted to be interviewed by police. One player did tell a police officer, "You can put this in your report: you have nice teeth and a sexy smile," before walking away.
Harris was arrested and is facing two disorderly conduct charges.