Man, 29, ‘threatens to kill his ex-boss for ignoring Facebook friend request for just two days’

Caleb Burczyk, 29, was charged with burglary and terrorizing after he allegedly threatened a former employer on social media and kicked in his home door

Caleb Burczyk, 29, was charged with burglary and terrorizing after he allegedly threatened a former employer on social media and kicked in his home door

Caleb Burczyk, 29, was charged with burglary and terrorizing after he allegedly threatened a former employer on social media and kicked in his home door

A North Dakota man was arrested after he allegedly threatened to kill his ex-boss and kicked in his front door when he failed to accept a Facebook friend request after just two days.  

Caleb Burczyk, 29, was charged with one count each of burglary and terrorizing – both felonies – on December 29, following an incident in Williston, North Dakota, that occurred three days prior. 

According to court documents obtained by the Williston Herald, Burczyk sent a Facebook friend request to his former employer on December 24.

He then followed it up with various threats, including one that allegedly read: ‘Accept my friend request or I’m going to murder you.’

Two days later, on December 26, Burczyk allegedly wrote that there would be trouble – which he didn’t appear to specify – if Burczyk had to get in his pickup truck and track down his ex-boss. That message, the charging documents said, included a picture of his truck. 

Authorities claimed that Burczyk also used other social media platforms to make threats about the ex-boss. 

Police said that Burczyk (pictured) started threatening his former boss after sending him a Facebook friend request that went ignored

Police said that Burczyk (pictured) started threatening his former boss after sending him a Facebook friend request that went ignored

Burczyk

Burczyk

Police said that Burczyk (pictured) started threatening his former boss after sending him a Facebook friend request that went ignored  

In one photo Burczyk posted to Snapchat, authorities said he was seen wearing a black cap, black vest and black plaid long-sleeve shirt, and had written that the ex-boss’ family would need a new door. 

Surveillance camera footage taken on December 26 at the former boss’ home in Williston showed a man kicking in the door while wearing the same outfit Burczyk was seen wearing in the Snapchat image. 

It’s unclear which former boss Burczyk allegedly targeted. According to his personal Facebook page, his most recent job was as a wireline operator at GR Energy Services.  

Burczyk is expected to be in court on January 27 for a preliminary hearing on the charges against him.

His bond was set at $25,000, according to online jail records. 

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