Police: An Amazon driver punches a man in the face over a missing package complaint

street. Paul, Minnesota – An Amazon driver is in jail after punching a man who complained about a missing package on Saturday afternoon.

The St. Paul Police Department says officers were called to the 900 building on Randolph Street based on a report of an assault around 1 p.m.

Officers found a 51-year-old man with facial injuries when they arrived. He went to the District Hospital where paramedics learned the victim had a possible skills fracture.

Police say an initial investigation revealed that a 26-year-old man who delivers packages for Amazon got into an argument with the 51-year-old after he complained about a lost package.

The delivery driver allegedly punched the victim in the face and attempted to leave in his car. The victim jumped on the hood of the car to prevent the driver from leaving.

Investigators say the delivery driver drove the victim on the hood until he fell a short distance afterwards.

Police arrested the driver at an Amazon distribution center in Egan and booked him on suspicion of assault.

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