The two adults who were plucked from the roof of the district attorney’s office and charged with spray painting graffiti in July have pleaded guilty.
Robert Herron, 22 of Brentwood, and Tripp Weir, 20 of Franklin, along with a 17-year old male from Nashville were arrested after a citizen reported seeing the men vandalizing businesses in downtown Franklin.
When police arrested the trio they found two backpacks full of spray paint, stencils and video and still cameras.
The city’s Fourth Avenue parking garage was hit in several areas, along with the downtown Law Offices of Puryear, Newman, and Morton.
Herron and Weir pleaded guilty to misdemeanor vandalism. They each were fined $100. In addition, they must pay restitution in the amount of $196.10 to Puryear, Newman, and Morton and complete 60 hours of public service work with the city’s Street Department, cleaning Franklin’s downtown area after street festivals.
The juvenile still faces charges in the incident.