An Orem man is accused of committing commercial terrorism after allegedly threatening to shoot customers and employees at a local restaurant.

Daniel Rivera-Medina, 34, was charged Wednesday in 4th District Court with the third-degree felony. In addition, Rivera was charged with damaging a jail, a third-degree felony; interfering with an arrest, and making three threats of violence, both class B misdemeanors.

Monday night, Rivera was in Cafe Rio, 40 W. Center, and “was fighting and threatening to kill multiple customers and employees and disrupting commercial operations,” according to charging documents.

Rivera swung his arms at some people, the charges state, and specifically threatened to shoot three employees.

Read more: Deseret News (Utah)