Man Allegedly Peed On Female Co-Workers' Chairs For Five Months
The man accused of urinating on the office chairs of fellow Farm Bureau employees turned himself in on Saturday, according to officials with the West Des Moines Police Department.
Raymond Charles Foley, 59, was charged with second-degree criminal mischief this morning.
A Farm Bureau vice president at the agency’s West Des Moines office told authorities on March 26 that Foley had been caught on video camera urinating on the office chairs of four female co-workers.
Foley was fired the same day police were informed of the incident.
The Des Moines man had worked in the organization’s information technology department and had access to all the company’s computers and the employee database, Farm Bureau officials told the police.
According to police documents, the man would look up employee photos in the agency’s database. 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.”
Employees first started complaining about stains on their chairs in October 2011. Surveillance cameras were installed in February.
The value of the damaged chairs was estimated at $4,500.
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