Man Breaks Into Multiple Homes And Is Arrested – News Mirror: News

Former Gamecock arrested on chop shop charges – wistv.com – Columbia, South Carolina

Deputies were flagged down by a homeowner who had just fired his handgun at someone who had broken into his house while his family was sleeping. During the investigation citizens from the Mission and Rancho Del Sol Mobilehome Parks were reporting a subject who was seen trying to break into other homes. Deputies quickly responded and were able to confine the subject in a two-block area. The deputies began an extensive search on foot for over three hours, clearing storage sheds and vacant residences door to door. Deputies continued to receive updates from citizens and closed in on the suspect. Deputies located the suspect, who was identified as Steven Murphy of Yucaipa and currently on felony probation, hiding in an occupied residence.
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Cherry St. appointed Quairoli as the council’s representative to the Palmyra Public Library Board, replacing councilman Robert Longenecker, who retired from the council. approved the White Oak Display & Design Final Land Development Plan, contingent upon the developer satisfying any remaining unresolved plan review comments. The company at 400 E. Spruce St.
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Warren Lewis Sr. honored for work in Palmyra – Lebanon Daily News

Richland County investigators say they received information from the Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office in reference to a wrecker that was being used to steal vehicles, a Ford F-350 was identified to be stolen out of Sylvania, Georgia. Lott said the wrecker was traced back to Richland County and they were able to connect Laury to the Ford F-350 as it was registered to him. In reality investigators say Laury had the stolen Ford F-350 truck registration changed from a 2015 to a 2008 and changed the ownership of the stolen vehicle to his name. Investigators obtained a search warrant for Laury’s residence, and found additional stolen items with an estimated total value of $150,000 inside three storage sheds; three zero turn mowers, a motorcycle and three utility trailers Deputies are still investigating and more charges may be coming. Laury has been transported to the Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center. Laury played football for Lower Richland High School, he was named all-conference in 1999 and 2000, and recorded a school-best 210 tackles his senior season before joining the Gamecocks.
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