Past Meat Chief Working Officer Doug Ramsey left the corporate Friday, weeks after his arrest for a highway rage incident by which he allegedly bit a man’s nose.
Ramsey was charged with “terroristic threatening” and third-degree battery final month for allegedly assaulting a driver in an Arkansas. He was launched the next day on an $11,000 bond, in keeping with courtroom data.
Authorities stated Ramsey punched through the back windshield of a car after it hit a tire on his personal car. Ramsey then punched the motive force and bit him, “ripping the flesh on the tip of the nostril,” in keeping with a police report. The sufferer and a witness additionally acknowledged that Ramsey threatened to kill the motive force, police stated.
Ramsey first joined the corporate in December after spending three many years at Tyson Meals, overseeing its poultry and McDonald’s companies.
Past Meat has appointed Jonathan Nelson, who took over Ramsey’s function on an interim foundation throughout his suspension, to grow to be the corporate’s senior vice chairman of operations.