"Some little kid was about ready to walk down here and die and Glenn saved his life by getting the boulder out of the way," the person taping the event is heard saying in the video. "So it’s all about saving lives here at Goblin Valley."
Glenn Taylor, who toppled the formation, told FOX 13 News he regrets his actions.
“I wish we would have been smart enough to go get a ranger cause it was wrong of us to be vigilantes, and I’m sorry I did that,” he said. The matter will go before the Boy Scouts, according to FOX 13. “If you’re a felon, you can’t be a scouter and that would break my heart, but I did the crime,” Taylor said.
Utah State Parks spokesman Eugene Swalberg called the incident "disturbing and upsetting," and told the Tribune a criminal investigation is underway.