(This report corrects an earlier version identifying the victim as the suspect’s boss. The victim is the suspect’s co-worker. WKBN regrets the error.)

BOARDMAN TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WKBN) – Boardman police arrested a man after they said that he made threats toward a co-worker in March.

Officers arrested Daniel Henkel, 37, on Sunday on an active warrant for aggravated menacing after he was accused of threatening another man at Boardman Molded Products, Inc. in Youngstown.

Reports said that the victim told police that Henkel and another woman who works there were involved in a relationship that ended, and when he walked into work, he saw the woman crying and arguing with Henkel.

The victim asked Henkel to go to the supervisor’s office to alleviate the situation.

Officers said that Henkel stated to the victim, “You’re a dead man.” Reports said that Henkel messaged the victim on Facebook and said that he has a “toe tag” for him. Because of these statements, reports said that the victim was afraid that Henkel was going to harm him.

Reports said that Henkel believes that the victim is responsible for the ending of his relationship with the woman.

Court records show that Henkel was found guilty of attempted murder in 2006 and felonious assault in 2013.

Henkel is scheduled to be arraigned on Tuesday at 8:30 a.m.