Raymond Charles Foley, 59, was accused of peeing all over the chairs of co-workers at the West Des Moines Farm Bureau on Saturday of last week and now the pee happy employee has turned himself into police to face one of the more strange charges we’ve seen in recent memory.
The assailant was charged with second-degree criminal mischief on Tuesday morning. On March 26 Foley was caught on video camera urinating on the office chairs of four female co-workers.
After police were informed of the incident the worker was immediately fired and an arrest warrant was issued.
Police wanted to arrest Foley as quickly as possible because his work in the information technology department gave him access to all of the company’s computers and the employee database.
To pick his victims Foley would look through employee photos in the Farm Bureau’s database and he ”
“Would pick out the attractive females and then on off-hours, he would come into work, go to their desk, and urinate on their chairs.”
Foley was caught after employees started finding stains on their chairs in October 2011 and surveillance cameras were installed in February 2012.
Not only were stains found on various chairs, the cost of replacing those chairs reached nearly $4,500 which will likely put Foley in even more hot water when he heads to court. Hopefully he doesn’t drink that hot water and pee all over the court room.
Oddly enough it was the stains and not the smell of urine that led workers to complain about damage to their chairs.