Arrests Made in Lancaster Business Break-ins

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by Anthony Burman

LANCASTER, S.C.-- Two men were charged in connection to a string of break-ins at several Lancaster businesses.

Therine Junior Miller, 23, and Andre William Stewart, 21, were charged with multiple counts of burglaries.

According to a release, Cromers on North Hampton Street, the Kershaw New ERA on South Hart Street, K-Town Subs on East Church Street, and Joann’s Styling Salon East Marion Street were broken into in late April.  

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


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



 

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