Two Charged in Connection to Vandalism at Waynesboro Business

The Waynesboro Police Department charged two people Wednesday in connection with vandalism at a city business.

William Warren Frenier faces one misdemeanor count of property destruction.

WAYNESBORO, Va. (WHSV) -- The Waynesboro Police Department charged two people Wednesday in connection with vandalism at a city business.

Police charged 29-year-old William Warren Frenier and 27-year-old Brookley Summer Crowder with one misdemeanor count of property destruction.

Police say that on July 20, employees of Gio's Treasures on East Broad Street reported that a man smashed one of the store's windows before fleeing in a gold GMC pick-up truck driven by a woman..

Police later released surveillance photos. Police say those images resulted in tips from the community, which led police to the suspects.

Frenier surrendered to police on Wednesday. Police say Crowder plans to turn herself in at a later date.


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