Two men arrested for defacing MBTA property in Dorchester

Joseph Domoracki, 23, of Boston. Photo via TPD
Joseph Domoracki, 23, of Boston. Credit: TPD
Max McGuigan, 23, of Providence. Photo via TPD
Max McGuigan, 23, of Providence. Credit: TPD

Two men were arrested in Dorchester late last night for allegedly defacing MBTA property with graffiti.

Joseph Domoracki, 23, of Boston, and Max McGuigan, 23, of Providence, were charged with malicious destruction of property and trespassing after they allegedly “tagged” six locations along the Red Line near Von Hillern Street and Dorchester Avenue.

Transit Police said the pair were seen “walking in a hurried pace and carrying back packs that were later discovered to be holding paint cans, rubber gloves, spray can tips and other paraphernalia relating to graffiti.”

Transit Police said the men also had fresh pain on their clothing.

Doromacki and McGuigan are expected to be arraigned sometime today in Dorchester District Court.

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