Four arrested in Miller Theater break-in

Midday, May 11, 2007

[This article has been edited to add the mug shots of two other arrested teens.]

AUGUSTA, Ga.---Four people have been arrested for break-ins at the historic Miller Theater downtown.

Domwick Watterson is charged with burglary. Deputies say they found sayings on Watterson's MySpace page that linked him with the vandalism.

He and two others are accused of breaking in, spraypainting Satanic messages on the wall, and breaking an antique mirror.

William Pasquale is charged with burglary. Investigators also hope to make another burglary arrest.

Surveillance video also caught about 20 people going into the building to look at the damage. Investigators say James Carver and Cory Perry were two of them, and they're charged with criminal trespass.


Domwick Watterson


William Pasquale


James Carver


Cory Perry


Kerry Lewandowski


Zachary Shaw


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  • by Wesley Location: Augusta on May 13, 2007 at 09:14 PM
    What other signs do we need? This is clearly something that needs to be looked into not just thrown out the window. Seems lately all the clues have been there but no one to pick them up. The massacre at VTech, this maybe not as serious but one thing leads to another.
  • by gb Location: mobtek recordz on May 12, 2007 at 08:40 PM
    stupid is as stupid does and it don't get no dumber!
  • by James Location: Lewisburg WV on May 11, 2007 at 04:05 PM
    Throw the book at them. Just a bunch of no good punks with no respect for a historic building or the people who want to make it great like it once was.
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