WEST DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) -- An information technology worker accused of urinating on colleagues' chairs at an office in Iowa has surrendered to police.
The Des Moines Register reports that Raymond Foley, 59, turned himself in Saturday to face a charge of second-degree criminal mischief.
Foley declined to comment to The Associated Press on Tuesday, other than to acknowledge that he no longer works at the Farm Bureau office in West Des Moines.
Police say some female co-workers had complained about stains on their chairs. A security system was installed, and police say it caught Foley in the act.
Police documents say Foley looked up employee photos in the agency database and then would go into the office during off hours and urinate on their chairs. Foley's alleged behavior went on for five months.
The chair damage was estimated at $4,500.