ROCHESTER, Minn. (AP) - A man who says a Rochester temporary employment agency owes him a paycheck is accused of breaking into the business and destroying its computers.

Police say 33-year-old Allen Mahammad Hollins smashed a window at Labor Ready last weekend and causing at least $3,000 in damage. Authorities say Hollins was sitting in a plastic chair outside the building and yelling when police arrived. He told police Labor Ready was withholding a $68 paycheck.

Hollins is charged with criminal damage to property and burglary. Court records don't indicate if Hollins has an attorney.