Sport WATCH: Footage released of man who broke into Brewers' Miller Park and damaged field with tractor
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Prosecutors charged Keyon A. Lambert with a felony count of criminal damage to property and misdemeanor disorderly conduct in June after a criminal complaint accused him of breaking into Miller Park, home of the Milwaukee Brewers.
The complaint said the 40-year-old from Milwaukee took a joyride on a tractor to try and carve his name in cursive on the field, causing $40,000 in damage.
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Thanks to Milwaukee television station WISN, which filed an open records request for the surveillance video of the incident, we now have footage of what exactly Lambert was up to.
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WISN filed an open records request for surveillance video from the Miller Park vandalism incident in June.
Keyon A. Lambert is accused of causing $40,000 in damage, digging holes in the grass and dirt with a tractor. He finished by running the bases before walking out.— Stephen Watson (@WISN_Watson)
The video shows Lambert entering the stadium through an unlocked door. He later made his way to the field and started the tractor in his quest to sign the grass. Once he exited the tractor, he ran the bases — backward — before leaving the premises.
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