Missouri

June 17, 2014

Ex-employees sentenced in St. Joseph movie theater vandalism

Four former employees of a St. Joseph movie theater have been sentenced for doing thousands of dollars of damage to the Plaza 8 Theater.

Four former employees of a St. Joseph movie theater have been sentenced for doing thousands of dollars of damage to the theater.

The four employees were sentenced Monday for the March vandalism spree that caused an estimated $68,000 in damage at the Plaza 8 Theater.

Theater manager Joshua Hall, assistant manager Buck Wilson, and employees Michael Wilson and Edward Hudson each were sentenced Monday to two days in jail and community service. They all received suspended sentence. They also must pay restitution totaling $11,500.

The St. Joseph News-Press reports at the time of the crime, the theater was under contract to be sold and reconstructed as a Price Chopper. The sale went through despite the damage.

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