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Charges filed against fired food worker who caused disturbance at Lambeau Field

GREEN BAY, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Charges have now been filed against Chay Vang, the fired food worker who rammed a former co-worker's car at Lambeau Field on Friday. 

Chay Vang now faces two counts of First Degree Recklessly Endangering Safety and five counts of Criminal Damage to Property.

According to the criminal complaint, Vang used his vehicle to intentionally hit a parked car inside of Lambeau Field. The parked vehicle had been occupied by two men that Vang knows and blames for his termination from Delaware North. Surveillance video also showed Vang chasing the suspects who were on foot with his vehicle.

Vang told police that he was frustrated that he could not find a job and rent was due. He told police that he drove around town and ended up at Lambeau Field where he saw the two victim's who he believed were the reason that he was fired from his job.

Vang said he "wanted justice for himself" because no one was listening and that he didn't want to hit the men, just scare them.

One victim told police that he felt his life was in danger. 


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