DNR ranger fired for urinating on truck, defacing snowmobile
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The Department of Natural Resources fired a forest ranger last year for what the agency said was building a culture of intimidation that included harassing co-workers.
Daniel Perry was also accused of urinating on a state truck, punching his computer and defacing a state snowmobile with a cordless drill.
Documents The Associated Press obtained through an open records request show the agency fired Perry, a ranger in the Northern Highland American Legion State Forest, in May.
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