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Second arrest made in recent downtown Aiken burglaries
Saturday, January 12, 2013

AIKEN, SC - Investigators have continued the investigation into the recent burglaries in the downtown Aiken area. As a result a second arrest has been made. On 01/11/2012 Demarques Tremall Jamison (20) of Aiken, SC turned himself in at Aiken Public Safety headquarters. He is currently incarcerated at Aiken County Detention Center charged with Criminal Conspiracy and Accessory after the fact.

A third individual Willie Maurice Franklin (23) of Aiken, SC is currently being sought by Aiken Department of Public Safety for Criminal Conspiracy. He is known to frequent the Lancaster St. North and Hahn Village area in Aiken.

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