Two women and a man were indicted on charges related to a Conway home invasion that occurred in May, according to court records.
Julia Maria Navarro-Jacquin, 32, of Conway, was indicted on two counts of accessory before the fact of a felony related to a burglary and kidnapping and criminal conspiracy, according to the incidents.
Veronica Navarro, 41, of Conway, was indicted on a charge of criminal conspiracy and accessory before the fact of a felony related to burglary.
Michael Cornelius Richburg, 48, of Loris, was indicted on charges of kidnapping, first-degree burglary and criminal conspiracy.
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The charges against the trio stem from May 6 when police said a woman reported she was bound inside a Conway apartment, according to a police report. The woman went to a salon near her apartment in the 1800 block of Sessions Street with her hands bound and asked for help. Police and EMS responded to the area and took the woman to a local hospital for treatment of minor injuries.