Cops: Man Arrested For Urinating On Chairs Of Several Female Co-Workers
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WEST DES MOINES, Iowa (CBS St. Louis) — A West Des Moines man has turned himself in after being accused of urinating on the chairs of several female co-workers.
Raymond Foley, 59, has been charged with second-degree criminal mischief.
According to a West Des Moines Police Department report obtained by CBS St. Louis, employees at the Farm Bureau began to complain about the stains on there work chairs in October 2011.
After the installment of video cameras in February, Foley was caught yellow-handed urinating on several chairs last month, according to police.
Police say the cameras caught Foley urinating on four chairs and possibly three others that were out of the camera’s view.
Lauri Strottman, corporate vice president of Farm Bureau, told police that Foley worked in the I.T. department and had access to all the computers and employee database.
“Foley would look up employees in the directory and pull up their photos,” Strottman told police, according to the report. “From there he would pick out the attractive females and during off hours would go to their desk and urinate on their chairs.”
Corporate investigator Scott Leighter told police he was there the day Foley was fired. He said Foley came into the office with a duffel bag containing gun magazines, a pocket knife, pill bottles, but no actual firearms.
Leighter stated Foley told him he was doing “inappropriate things I shouldn’t be doing.”
The estimated damage to the chairs is valued at $4,500.