RPD names 2 suspects in computer sabotage

January 23, 2013 • Local News

The Roswell Police Department named two suspects in a crime that disabled the computer systems of 13 different Domino’s Pizza locations over the New Year’s holiday. Eddy Edwards, 32, was a former employee who quit his job on Dec. 13. The second [auth] subject named was Michael Briseno.

Starting on Dec. 31, Edwards gained access to the Domino’s website. According to RPD spokeswoman Sabrina Morales, the suspects did not steal anything; however, they caused between $75,000 and $100,000 worth of damage to the ordering, coupon specials and the inventory tracking systems. In addition, Domino’s was unable to make payroll as a result of the sabotage.

The representative of the company was unwilling to make any comment at this time since the case is still under investigation.

While only 12 of the 13 locations sustained damages, Morales said, “The entire chain was unable to function correctly.”

Charges are pending while officials attempt to get a final dollar amount for the damages done.

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