A concrete worker from Dubuque faces criminal charges after authorities say he purposely drove through wet cement - a project by another company.
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office received a report of vandalism on October 18th, in the 26000 block of Centerville Road. That's where road work was being done by Horsefield Construction. A complaint to authorities reported a person driving a truck owned by another company, Perfection Concrete, had driven onto a closed road, and through freshly-poured cement. Perfection Concrete had no affiliation to the project.
After an investigation, the sheriff's office charged 30-year-old Vance O'Hara of Dubuque with Criminal Mischief in the First Degree, Criminal Trespassing, and Driving Under Suspension.
Damage to the road is estimated between $200,000 and $250,000.
Calls to Perfection Concrete to check on O'Hara's current employment status are currently unsuccessful.
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