A Pest Control Worker Busted Doing Something Nasty In A Family’s Home


VIDEO | Pest control worker caught urinating in local family’s living room, police say

A local pest control worker has been charged after police say he was caught on camera urinating inside a Cambria County family’s living room.

Authorities with the Hastings Borough Police Department have filed charges against the owner of Young’s Pest Control, 67-year-old Roger Young, after he allegedly admitted to the incident, which police say was caught on the family’s home surveillance camera.

Police say on April 24th, Young was reportedly contacted to spray pesticides inside the residence, located at the Haida Village Apartments.

According to the affidavit, police say the apartment complex manager told investigators that they use Young’s Pest Control for all pest control jobs.

Police say the tenants were not home at the time of the incident but the family told 6 News that only one tenant had left the apartment on the day of the incident, and that others were home and were reportedly upstairs sleeping.

Investigators say, a few days later, the tenants reportedly reviewed their home surveillance camera, which allegedly showed Young urinating on their couch and other belongings.

Upon further investigation, police say they reviewed the video as well, which reportedly showed Young enter the apartment and proceed to “torment” the tenants’ cat.

Police say the video then shows Young set down his pesticide container, look around and walk towards the couch, at which time he begins to urinate on it.

Authorities say the video shows Young continue to urinate on the tenants’ carpet and other belongings, before looking up and spotting the camera.

Police say Young was questioned about the incident earlier this week, at which time he reportedly admitted to urinating inside the apartment.

Young reportedly told police that he “messed up and was having a bad day.”

On Friday, police filed charges of criminal mischief and disorderly conduct against Young.

Police noted in the affidavit that, according to the tenants, the carpet, couch and other belongings had to be replaced and cost the victims over $4,000.



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