WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) – A Wichita enterprise was closed on Wednesday after a vandal broke in and precipitated intensive injury. The break-in occurred Tuesday night time at Jenny Daybreak Cellars, a vineyard on East Douglas close to Union Station.

“My safety cameras had been disabled and I couldn’t see what was occurring in my vineyard,” stated Jenny Daybreak Cellars Proprietor Jennifer McDonald. “It was like he knew precisely the place our safety system was.”

McDonald stated the vandal took an umbrella base and smashed a glass patio door. She stated he additionally drank and smashed bottles, vandalized her workplace, flooded the enterprise’ occasion middle and trashed the storage room. She stated he additionally compromised unfinished wine and broke winemaking tools.

“What’s foolish is over right here, he actually bought faraway from these overalls. These are his. However that is the pipe that he simply pulled out from underneath my sink and let the water run. This is mindless,” stated McDonald as she described the mess left behind.

The vineyard proprietor stated she doesn’t hold money within the enterprise so the person wasn’t capable of steal any cash, however he additionally wasn’t capable of escape.

“He was in my workplace and I’ve a excessive ceiling so there are loads of cabinets the place I hold my paperwork,” McDonald defined. “He tore down the entire cabinets. He was attempting to exit of this vent. That is mindless. And look the place the hearth extinguisher is. However how are you presupposed to get out of right here? I don’t know what he was attempting to do.”

McDonald stated she arrived on the vineyard earlier than the police and blocked the entrance door together with her car. When officers arrived, they arrested the person.

“I’ve poured eight years of my life into this enterprise. I used to be not going to let anybody depart or enter my vineyard,” she stated.