08/02/2016 09:11 EDT | Updated 08/02/2016 09:59 EDT

Dart Container Ex-Employee Accused Of Putting Glass In Drinking Cup Sleeves

Waylon Horton faces 139 counts of wanton endangerment.

MUNFORDVILLE, Ky. -- A former Kentucky employee of a container company is accused of putting over 100 shards of glass into the sleeves of drinking cups that were to be distributed to multiple states.

The Bowling Green Daily News reports court records show 41-year-old Waylon J. Horton of Munfordville was arrested last Wednesday on 139 counts each of first-degree wanton endangerment and possession of a destructive device or booby trap.

Cups and other materials made by Dart Container Corp. (Photo: Dart Container)

Dart Container Corp. contacted authorities about possible product tampering involving Horton when he worked for the company.

Dart Container President Jim Lammers said in a statement that a customer received a shipment of Styrofoam cups contaminated with glass. Lammers called the incident a "deliberate attack'' on Dart and not the result of a failure in safety protocols.

It's unclear if Horton has an attorney.