SOUTH WEBER -- RC Willey delivery men got more than they bargained for when they were unable to hook up the Internet to a television on Tuesday, deputies said.
The customer, 60-year-old Bruce Frazier, became frustrated when the delivery men were unable to get Frazier's Internet to work on the TV they were installing, said Davis County Sheriff's Sgt. Susan Poulsen. Frazier threatened to take a .25 caliber semi-automatic handgun to the store and told the delivery men "if he wasn't attached to oxygen he'd go have it out with the salesman," Poulsen said.
The delivery men asked Frazier if that was a threat and he replied with a "yes," Poulsen said. They then left the home and contacted the sheriff's office.
After deputies questioned Frazier he was cited for making threats, a class B misdemeanor, and deputies confiscated the handgun.
"It was not illegal for (Frazier) to have a handgun," Poulsen said. "He was in his home. But what was illegal was him making threats."