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Home  |  News  |  Sheriff Offices Arrests Suspects in Rash of Burglaries

Sheriff Offices Arrests Suspects in Rash of Burglaries
Monday, May 6, 2013

Lancaster, SC – On April 25th the Sheriff’s Office charged Therine Junior Miller (B/M DOB: 03/30/1990 Address: 141 Conally Street, Kershaw) and Andre William Stewart (B/M DOB: 01/7/1992 Address: 623 E. Richland St. Kershaw) with multiple counts of burglary following a rash of burglaries last week.

Miller and Stewart are charged with breaking into Cromers (322 N. Hampton St) on 04/21/2013, the Kershaw New ERA (103 S. Hart St.) on 04/15/2013, K-Town subs (104 E. Church St.) on 04/21/2013. Stewart has also been charged with breaking into Joann’s Styling Salon (135 E. Marion St.) on 04/21/2013.

Miller remains incarcerated at the Lancaster County Detention Center on a $110,000 bond. Stewart is currently incarcerated at Kershaw County Detention on other charges awaiting transfer to Lancaster County.

Sheriff Faile said, “We are very pleased to get these two in jail. They have been causing problems in Kershaw and we are glad to have them in jail where they need to be.”

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