web posted September 12, 2012 AIKEN – A Johnston man has been sentenced to 20
years behind bars following a guilty plea entered for a burglary caught
on film at a Trenton home just inside the Aiken County line. Roger
Sentel Culbreath, 27, and his brother Maurice Lorenzo Culbreath, 26,
were both charged in the burglary. Roger Culbreath plead guilty to his
charges on Tuesday.
As Edgefield Daily reported, the homeowner had been targeted for
burglary previously and installed security cameras that led to arrests
in another burglary at the home as well.
Among Roger Culbreath's previous convictions are a 2002 guilty plea on
a weapons charge, an armed robbery plea in 2005, and a 2009 guilty plea
on drug charges. He faces drug charges in Edgefield County.
No information was available on Maurice Culbreath's charges or a trial
Maurice Culbreath pleaded guilty to grand
larceny $10,000 or more one
week prior to the burglary caught on surveillance cameras at the
Trenton home. In the previous case he was sentenced to 3 years in
suspended on service 9 months, negated by time served (185 days), and
18 months of probation by Circuit Court Judge Clifton Newman.
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