Ex-Boy Scout Leaders Charged For Pushing Over Ancient Rock
Two Utah men are facing jail time after toppling over a 170-million-year-old rock formation at a national park.By Jasmine Bailey | February 1, 2014
Two former Boy Scout leaders in Utah could be facing jail time after they toppled a 170-million-year-old rock formation at Goblin Valley State Park and recorded it.
Utah's KSL-TV reports prosecutors have filed charges against the two men, and they are ordered to appear in court in March. It took them 14 seconds to knock down the pillar.
Glenn Taylor, the one who pushed the rock, was charged with one count of felony criminal mischief. And David Hall, the camera man, is facing one count of felony aiding and assisting in criminal mischief. (Via CNN)