Report: Man’s Drunken Joyride On Bulldozer Causes $5,500 In Damages

BUTLER (KDKA) – A Butler County man is facing charges for allegedly taking a drunken joyride on a bulldozer.

According to an Inside Butler County report, the incident happened in a parking lot near the Kaufman House in Zelienople.

When police arrived at the scene, they found Alex Meza, 25, had allegedly used a bulldozer to run over a concrete catch basin. He also damaged road signs and caused other damage.

The damage was estimated at about $5,500.

According to the report, he told police he took the bulldozer for a “little joyride.”

Meza is facing a list of charges including public drunkenness and vandalism.

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