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Fired Lambeau employee pleads not guilty in vehicle rampage

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — A fired Lambeau Field food-service employee accused of ramming several vehicles while chasing down a former colleague and another man has pleaded not guilty.

Forty-year-old Chay Vang is facing seven charges, including recklessly endangering safety. He appeared for his arraignment Monday in Brown County Court.

Authorities say Vang was upset that he was fired after a previous argument with the colleague. He went to the stadium on Dec. 22 and spotted the colleague and another employee getting out of a vehicle in the parking lot. Vang is accused of repeatedly ramming their vehicle and chasing them down with his car as they ran into a loading dock.

Vang says he didn’t intend to hit the two men, only to scare them.

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