A fifteen-year-old questioned by Chief Andrew Rademacher and Assistant District Attorney Tom Boutillier for his involvement in the murder of Adrian Mellon. Unwin wears “faded jeans, a grease-smeared tee-shirt, and blocky engineer boots.” During questioning, he weeps. Rademacher and Boutillier “accurately [assess] him as the weak link” in John “Webby” Garton’s gang. Unwin reports seeing a “guy under the bridge” in a clown suit.
Christopher Unwin Character Timeline in It
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Chapter 2: After the Festival (1984)
...“a shitty little town.” Hagerty tells Gardener and his partner, Jeffrey Reeves, that Steve Dubay, Christopher Unwin , and John “Webby” Garton pushed Mellon off the bridge and into the Canal as... (full context)
...Mellon’s death are being questioned. Chief Andrew Rademacher and Assistant District Attorney Tom Boutillier question Christopher Unwin , whom they correctly assess as “the weak link in the chain.” Chris admits that... (full context)
...Mellon stands his ground. Suddenly, Officer Frank Machen prompts Garton to leave the couple alone. Chris Unwin tells Garton to “mellow out” and Steve Dubay suggests that they get hot dogs. Garton... (full context)
...after having had two beers. The guys drive up and cut in front of them. Christopher Unwin denies “active participation” in what happens next. John “Webby” Garton gets out of the car... (full context)
...that they do not risk losing the case against John “Webby” Garton, Steve Dubay, and Christopher Unwin . Gardener then asks how they will explain the bites on Adrian Mellon’s body. Boutillier... (full context)
...convicted of first-degree manslaughter, but he is sent to Shawshank State Prison for fifteen years. Christopher Philip Unwin is tried separately as a juvenile and is “sentenced to six months at the South... (full context)
Chapter 10: The Reunion