Busted: Man Gets Aressted for Making a Sculpture Out of Items from a Construction Site

June 13, 2009 · Print This Article

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via The Smoking Gun:

“Cops: Man created public art with items swiped from construction site
JUNE 12–A North Carolina man is facing criminal charges for creating an amusing piece of public art from construction barrels. Joseph Carnevale, 21, was nabbed Wednesday after a Raleigh Police Department investigation determined that he was responsible for the work constructed May 31 on a roadway adjacent to North Carolina State University. Carnevale, pictured in the mug shot at right, was charged with misdemeanor larceny for allegedly building his orange monster from materials pilfered from a construction site. According to an arrest warrant, Carnevale ‘destroyed three road blocking barrels by cutting and screwing them together to form a statue.’ Police estimated that Carnevale’s artwork caused $360 in damages to Hamlett Associates, the North Carolina construction company that owned the barrels. Carnevale is scheduled for a July 21 court appearance in Wake County.”

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One Response to “Busted: Man Gets Aressted for Making a Sculpture Out of Items from a Construction Site”

  1. Word is the construction company whose property he destroyed, now wants to hire Mr. Carnevale to work for them.

    L.M.

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