ROBBINSDALE, Minn. (AP) — Court documents accuse a man of scaling a fence at a Minneapolis-area hospital and shutting off oxygen to the entire facility.

No charges have been filed and a search warrant affidavit makes no mention of injuries in the Dec. 27 incident at North Memorial Hospital, but the documents say the situation could have been deadly under different circumstances.

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The documents says hospital engineers detected a pressure drop in the hospital’s oxygen levels and discovered the vandalism.

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The Star Tribune reports the incident is tied to a man who’s suspected of tampering with Xcel Energy meters 250 times.

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