Tennessee wildlife agency officers say two marina employees crashed a tenant's personal watercraft during a midnight joyride. The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency says the incident occurred at Stardust Marina on Norris Lake in Anderson County. TWRA officers met with the district attorney's office on Monday to look at possible charges in the case. The marina employees crashed into a floating marker, throwing one of them into the sign and causing a head injury. Neither was wearing a life jacket. The watercraft was badly damaged. State statute requires floatation devices be worn and prohibits the use of personal watercraft between sunset and sunrise. The names of the suspects weren't released.