Second suspect charged for vandalizing Crusher statue
SOUTH MILWAUKEE, Wis. (CBS 58) -- A second suspect has been charged for his alleged role in the vandalism of the Crusher statue in South Milwaukee.
Police say Macklin and 18-year-old James Dudgeon were seen hitting the statue with a landscaping brick in surveillance footage on August 24.
Video of the incident shows Macklin using the brick to damage the face and chest area of the statue, according to a criminal complaint.
The vandalism was found by the wrestler's daughters, who came to visit their dad's statue.
Police say Macklin and Dudgeon caused $1,200 worth of damages.