A Florida man who threw a rock through the window of a Wendy's has been convicted of two criminal charges, but will not be seeing jail time, but probation after his January 28th hearing.

Dustin Tyrell was arrested on July 28th in Key West after asking for cinnamon rolls at the Wendy's on Duval Street. When the employees told him there were none, he began throwing a "grapefruit sized rock" at the window of the store multiple times, until it broke and he was able to enter the business.

When a passerby asked why he was attacking the fast food restaurant, Tyrell replied "They don't sell Cinnabons anymore!"

Tyrell was facing charges of Criminal Mischief, and "Shooting Missle into Vehicle, Dwelling, Building, or Aircraft." The two charges amount to a statutory maximum of 20 years of probation, but after a plea deal, he was given four years of probation. He also must pay $4,300 in restitution to the restaurant.

He was out of jail on a $15,000 bond pending his hearing, until it was revoked when he punched his father in the face in October.

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