A man accused of going on a rampage in his car and ramming other cars at Lambeau Field Friday had been involved in a physical fight with one of his intended victims a few weeks ago, a criminal complaint says. Chay Vang, 40, was charged in Brown County Circuit Court Tuesday with two felony counts of first-degree recklessly endangering safety and five misdemeanor counts of damage to property. Court Commissioner Jane Sequin set a $10,000 cash bond and scheduled his next court appearance for Jan. 9. Vang was working for Delaware North at Lambeau Field several weeks ago when he got into a physical altercation with 25-year-old co-worker, the complaint says. The man told police they got into an argument in a freezer during the Green Bay Packers' Dec. 3 home game, and it escalated into pushing. "Chay then punched me in the face and I defended myself," the man told police, according to the complaint. Delaware North investigated the incident and fired Vang, the complaint says. About 1 p.m. Friday, the man and another co-worker had finished eating lunch in a car in the employee parking lot at Lambeau Field and were just getting out of the car when Vang confronted them, the complaint says.
Disgruntled former worker charged with Lambeau car rampage
Green Bay Press Gazette | Dec 27