DENVER (AP) — A former Colorado prison investigator has been convicted of legitimate oppression for following and pulling over speedy-food employees after a controversy about a restaurant rate increase.

The Denver Post reviews a jury convicted sixty one-12 months-antique Gary Valko of the misdemeanor on Thursday for the September 2017 stumble upon with Jack in the Box personnel in Parker.

Prosecutors say Valko was given into an issue while he turned into within the force-thru in his paintings-issued vehicle. He cursed at personnel and claimed to be with the FBI.

Prosecutors say he later observed employees, turned on his police lights and pulled alongside their automobile.

Authorities say he asked them, “What if I had shot you?”

The state Department of Corrections fired Valko following internal research.

Valko is scheduled to be sentenced on April 11.

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