NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.—State police say a Pittsburgh man faces charges for vandalizing and ruining fields of crops in Wilmington Township last month.
Troopers allege 32-year old James Joshua Peterson, Jr. used his Dodge Ram pickup truck to drive through fields doing “donuts.”
He is accused of ruining fields of alfalfa and hay off Lusk Road near SR 208. The incident took place in late August.
Peterson faces charges of agricultural vandalism, driving on the right side of the road, driving at unsafe speed, careless driving, trespass by motor vehicle and reckless driving.