I don't know much about dismantling a bridge of that size, but I would imagine it takes a considerable amount of time and effort, both of which might be better used looking for some sort of honest work. I'm just saying is all.
Two brothers have been charged with stealing a western Pennsylvania bridge and selling the 15 1/2 tons of scrap metal for more than $5,000.
Police say 24-year-old Benjamin Arthur Jones and 25-year-old Alexander Williams Jones of New Castle used a blowtorch to break up the bridge in late September or early October. They face felony charges of criminal mischief, theft, receiving stolen property and conspiracy.