Lambeau Field disturbance suspect pleads not guilty

Chay Vang (Brown Co. Jail)

GREEN BAY (WLUK) – A former Lambeau Field food service worker pleaded not guilty Monday to allegedly ramming several vehicles and chasing after a former co-worker with his vehicle.

Chay Vang faces seven counts, including two felony charges of first-degree recklessly endangering safety, for the Dec. 22 incident in the parking lot and stadium loading dock.

No trial date was set. He returns to court March 13 for a status conference, court records show.

Vang was upset he was fired after a previous incident with a co-worker. In a letter to FOX 11, he said he went to the stadium to talk to a supervisor, but saw the other co-worker in the parking lot. He became afraid for his safety, so he rammed their vehicle, then used his car to chase the co-worker, who was on foot, down the loading dock and into the stadium. Vang said he didn’t intend to hurt anyone.

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