Charges filed against former food service worker in Lambeau Field disturbance
GREEN BAY (WLUK) -- Formal charges have been filed against a man who allegedly caused a disturbance and massive police response to Lambeau Field last Friday.
Chay Vang, 40, was charged Tuesday with two felony counts of first-degree recklessly endangering safety and five counts of criminal damage to property.
Last Friday, almost three weeks after being fired, Vang went to police to file charges against the co-worker who he says tried to kill him, according to a criminal complaint.
The complaint shows Vang left police headquarters and went to Lambeau Field to see friends. That is where Vang found the former co-worker he fought with, along with another Delaware North employee, in a car. The complaint shows Vang told police he lost it and wanted justice for himself.
The court documents state Vang rammed his car several times into the car his former co-workers were in, causing the car to lodge underneath a parked van.
From there, police say the two men got out of the car and ran into Lambeau Field's normally secured loading dock area. The complaint shows one of the men told police he felt scared for his life and thought that Vang was going to start shooting at people, but he never saw him with a weapon.
Police say Vang drove his car after the men, into the loading dock area and inside Lambeau Field.
The complaint shows Vang told police he did not want to hit the men, just scare them. Vang also stated he drove into Lambeau because he wanted the managers to know it was their fault.
Police say Vang eventually crashed into a food warehouse in the stadium, and was taken into custody shortly after.
“Clearly the allegations in the complaint are disturbing in the regard to potential harm to the two alleged victims and just the citizens in general,” said Jane Sequin, Brown County Court Commissioner.
Vang is now charged with seven crimes and is in jail on a $10,000 cash bond.
Police say Vang damaged five cars in Lambeau Field's parking lot. The original 911 call was for an active shooter, but no gun was ever found at the stadium.