The Louisville Metro Police Department arrested 64-year-old Clifton Williams on Sunday after they said he shot his roommate following an argument. Police say the argument started because Williams’ roommate had eaten the last Sausage Hot Pocket. The man was then shot in the buttocks as he was trying to leave. The victim traveled a few blocks to get help and was taken to the hospital. Williams is being charged with felony assault and has been ordered not to have contact with the Hot pocket stealing victim. The suspect’s bond was set at $7,500. Again, all for getting mad over a sausage Hot Pocket. Under Kentucky law, a person convicted of a second-degree assault conviction can be sentenced to five to 10 years in prison. That’s right, a possible 10 year prison sentence over a sausage Hot Pocket.