YORK (AP) — A man broke into a Pennsylvania city hall, damaged computers and the phone system, and caused the temporary closure of the building. Police say 24-year-old Kevin Waller of Philadelphia was arrested on Wednesday evening in the basement of the York, Pennsylvania, city hall. The York Daily Record reports police found damage to a computer server, the phone system, doors and the mail room. Waller is charged with burglary, criminal trespass and criminal mischief. He was arrested on a separate trespassing charge earlier in the day and released from custody near the city hall in the afternoon.