Glidden Man Faces Felony Charges For Shooting Road Signs With BB Gun

A Glidden man faces criminal charges after causing thousands of dollars in damage to road signs with a BB gun. On Sunday, Aug. 27, a Carroll County Sheriff’s Office deputy arrested 36-year-old Andrew James Tuel on charges of second degree criminal mischief, a class D felony, after he admitted to the crime. The charges stem from an Aug. 12 incident in which he used a BB pistol to shoot holes in multiple road signs throughout Glidden. Damage to the signs was estimated at $3,310.60. Tuel is schedule to appear before a Magistrate at the Carroll County Courthouse on Thursday, Sept. 7. A class D felony is punishable by up to five years in prison and a maximum fine of $7,500.