An Iowa man who injured the iconic “Field of Dreams” site must earn two to five years of trial and get deceased judgment, allowing his conviction to be screwed if he meets his Condition
Austin Pape, 21, of Dyersville, was convicted in September of crime offenses after prosecutors released a ruthless driving charge, according to KCRG TV.
Pape confirmed driving on the field on January 22, located in Dyersville about 140 miles northeast of Des Moines. The site is visited by thousands of people each year.
Al Steffen, Field Manager for the Site, told Fox News in January that the workers discovered the damage the day after Pape drove on the baseball diamond.
The field in eastern Iowa, created for the 1989 movie “Field of Dreams” with starring Kevin Costner, has been hit by vandals earlier. Pape injuries were visible in the center and left fields.
“How they made the monks in the midfield, they could have hurt the sprinkler system,” said Steffen to Fox News at that time.
Pape caused more than $ 5,000 in damage and must also pay a $ 750 fine, reported KCRG TV.
Fox News Travis Fedschun and Associated Press contributed to this report.