Georgetown police arrest six people in multiple burglary cases
11/30/2012 10:24 AM
11/30/2012 7:33 PM
Georgetown police arrested six people in connection with multiple home burglaries during November within the city, according to authorities.
Details about the exact dates and locations of the burglaries were not immediately available from Georgetown police Friday.
The following is a list of those arrested and their charges, according to police. All were being held at the Georgetown County Detention Center on various bail amounts. Police said more arrests are expected in the cases.• Pierre Levon Marsh, 18, of Georgetown was charged Tuesday with six counts of second-degree burglary, six counts of criminal conspiracy, two counts of grand larceny, and first-degree burglary. He was being held pending a bail hearing on the burglary and conspiracy charges. Bail was set at $2,130 for the charge receiving stolen goods of $2,000 or less.
• Diquece Quwell Greene, 17, of Georgetown is charged with second-degree burglary, criminal conspiracy and grand larceny. His bail is $50,000.
• Dandre Rashaad Wright, 18, of Georgetown is charged with two counts of second-degree burglary, two counts of criminal conspiracy, and hindering or obstructing police. He is being held on $31,092.50 bail for the hindering and burglary charges, but bail was not set Friday for the conspiracy charge.
• Amondre Daquell Holmes, 17, of Georgetown was charged with receiving stolen goods with a value of $2,000 or less and hindering or obstructing police and is being held on $1,092.50 bail on the hindering charge. Bail for the stolen goods charge was not set.
• Franklin L. McCants Jr., 25, of Georgetown was charged with criminal conspiracy and unrelated drug charges of possession of marijuana, distribution of marijuana and crack cocaine near a school, and driving under suspension. Bail was not set on the conspiracy charge, but McCants had bail is $19,892.50 on the other unrelated charges.
A 16-year-old Georgetown juvenile also was charged with receiving stolen goods and resisting arrest.
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