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Tyson Foods CFO John R. Tyson has pled guilty to charges stemming from a Nov. 6, arrest in Fayetteville, AR.
On Tuesday, Tyson agreed to pay a $150 fine each on charges of public intoxication and criminal trespass in which he was allegedly found sleeping in a bed at a stranger’s home. With fees included, Tyson has paid $440 in total.
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Since the arrest, Tyson has since issued two apologies, one in a company-wide email and one during the food processing company’s Nov. 14, 2022, earnings call.
"I’m embarrassed, and I want to let you know that I take full responsibility for my action," he told investors and analysts during the call. "This was an incident inconsistent with our company values, as well as my personal values."